Sunjet Establishes North American Inkjet Ink Manufacturing And Technical Support Facility
Press release from the issuing company
AMELIA, OHIO, USA - July 20, 2005 - SunJet, the digital division of Sun Chemical and leading supplier of inkjet inks, has established a full service manufacturing and technical support facility in Amelia, OH that will provide its customers the benefits of full scale manufacturing and technical support in North America.
Following the tradition of the world’s foremost ink manufacturer, Sun Chemical, the new SunJet site has the capability to produce world class water, solvent and UV based inkjet inks. The technical support facility will be responsible for quality control and assurance, short term development and ink integration.
“Providing world-class value and service to the customer are essential in our marketplace,” said Grant
Shouldice, who was appointed business operations manager at the facility. Shouldice is responsible for the day to day operations and business for North America. “By establishing a base of operations in North America, we are demonstrating a commitment to meeting our customers’ needs.”
Chris Vissing was appointed Technical Support Scientist, responsible for technical support and ink integration for North America. Shouldice and Vissing can be reached at (513) 753-9550.
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