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Sun Chemical Expanded Color Gamut Inks on Display at Uteco Open House

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Sun Chemical’s expanded color gamut inks will be used on press during the Uteco Open House being held on March 22nd in its Kennesaw, Ga. facility. 

The open house will showcase Uteco’s training and technology center and feature demonstrations of Sun Chemical’s expanded color gamut inks on Uteco’s Crystal 108 high speed flexo press specially designed for food packaging.  

Jim Felsberg, a field marketing manager at Sun Chemical, will be on hand to discuss how converters can lock in on brand color equity for their customers using Sun Chemical’s full line of extended color gamut inks for a wide range of printing applications. The presentation will explore the benefits of using the expanded color gamut printing process and how printers can have quicker changeover times and streamline their pressroom.

“We are pleased to support Uteco with their customer demonstrations and trial runs using our expanded color gamut inks. 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 Product Management Packaging, 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 look forward to explaining how we can help meet the individual needs and printing requirements of our customers and prospects.”

 

 

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