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Sun Chemical Inks on Display at Uteco Open House

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Sun Chemical’s SunUno™ Solimax multi-purpose inks will be used on press at the Uteco open house being held on March 26th in its Kennesaw, Ga. facility.

Developed to celebrate the opening of Uteco’s new training and technology center, the open house will feature Sun Chemical inks on Uteco’s new Diamond 108 HP high speed flexo press. Sun Chemical’s SunUno Solimax four color process inks will be used for both surface and reverse print at 2000 fpm on white polyethylene for surface printing and clear polypropylene for reverse printing.

Suitable for surface and lamination print applications on a number of the commonly used flexible packaging substrates, Sun Chemical’s new SunUno Solimax multi-purpose ink system will maximize press room efficiency while simplifying the overall print production process.

The SunUno Solimax ink system is the latest generation of inks providing a single platform that can cover multiple end use applications. The ink system provides the shelf stand out and high quality packaging for today’s competitive industry and is intended for surface printing and lamination for various end-use applications, such as lidding materials, medical laminates and food packaging for confectionery and snack food.

“We are pleased to support Uteco with their customer demonstrations and trial runs using our SunUno Solimax ink system. It is a partnership we have enjoyed over the past few years and we look forward to continuing for many more years to come,” said Tony Renzi, Vice President of Packaging Inks, North American Inks, Sun Chemical. “We see this open house as a great opportunity to showcase the wide range of capabilities of our flexographic printing inks and explain how we can help meet the individual needs and printing requirements of our customers and prospects.”


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