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Litho Supplies announced as Sun Chemical Streamline distributor

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

WEXHAM SPRINGS, UK – Nottingham-based Litho Supplies has become a distributor of Sun Chemical’s Streamline range of high quality solvent based inkjet inks specifically designed for use in wide and super-wide format digital printers. 

Sun Chemical recently expanded its product range with the addition of two new Streamline HPQ series for Roland, Mutoh and Mimaki printers, to meet the stringent demands of the latest wide format printing equipment. The new additions have been carefully matched to the original products for both colour shade and strength as well as physical properties, enabling customers to continue to use all the existing settings when converting from the original inks. 

With the ever increasing pressure and developments of the print market, Sun Chemical is continuously making improvements to product performance ensuring that they are of the highest quality and meet the needs of this expanding market.  

As the largest independent supplier of consumable items, equipment and services to the UK printing industry, Litho Supplies will offer these new products as well as other products from the Streamline range across the UK. Litho Supplies MD, Eddie Williams, says “we are in an excellent position to deliver value for these products through our strong sales network and customer focus.”

Tony Cox, Sun Chemical Streamline Business Manager added “the Streamline range is going from strength to strength and we’re looking forward to continued growth and delivering quality solutions to the market.”


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