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INX International Renews Sponsorship of Print UV Conference for 7th Consecutive Year

Tuesday, February 03, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Schaumburg, IL – When the eighth annual Print UV 2015 Conference is held next month in Las Vegas, it will mark the seventh consecutive year INX International Ink Co. has participated as a platinum sponsor.  Acting quickly can save anyone planning to attend $100 off the regular registration price by using the code INXINK for the March 1-3 event being held at the Encore by Wynn Resort.

The Print UV Conference is an ideal venue to learn more about INX International’s industry leading expertise in UV/EB technology.  INX offers outstanding best-in-class energy curable solutions for UV offset, flexo and plastic, LED UV, H-UV, coil foil adhesive, UV coatings and Soft Touch Cast and Cure.  Company representatives will be available for one-on-one conversations about these products, low migration inks and coatings, and special effects applications.

“Interest in UV/EB technology continues to grow and we are proud to be involved with the Print UV Conference.  In the last six years, a substantial amount of people have learned more about the products we have to offer and our capabilities.  I’ve heard from many people who were appreciative of what they were able to apply to their businesses as a result of meeting and talking with our people at this show,” said Rick Clendenning, President and CEO of INX International Ink Co. 

INX International and Air Motion Systems, Inc. offer a bundle program combining LED UV lamps and compatible offset printing ink.  Sheetfed printers can gain a faster return on their investment by retrofitting their presses to LED UV with PEAK LED-UV™ from AMS and INXCure™ LED OSF process inks.  INX LED UV inks are 100% reactive, offer superior printing properties suitable for high-end sheetfed applications, and require less energy to cure.  This helps printers to reduce heating and electricity costs while extending the life of valuable UV lights.

 

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