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Flint Group Highlights Eco-Friendly Inks, UV/EB Products, and Customer Reach

Press release from the issuing company

PLYMOUTH, MI (July 24, 2007) – At Graph Expo 2007, Flint Group (Booth 2226) will highlight:
- New ecologically friendly, fast-drying printing ink technology for sheetfed printers;
- Expanded energy curable product line
- Increased geographic reach across North America
Flint Group’s sheetfed ink division will introduce fast setting, vegetable-based Novavit F918 SUPREME BIO printing inks. Quick dry times make these inks ideal for perfecting presses, printers with bindery and finishing departments, and those who want to increase production speeds. The Novavit F918 SUPREME BIO series proves that ecologically responsible products can also perform to the highest standards in print speed, dot sharpness, ink/water balance, color intensity and quality performance on numerous substrates. 
Flint Group will also highlight the expanded ARROWSTAR energy curable product line, specifically designed to meet nearly every print application and end use. ARROWSTAR features the UV7700, UV7310, EB1200 and GEMINI series. UV7700 is formulated to meet performance demands of both sheetfed and web printers for paper and board applications. UV7310 for nonporous substrates provides excellent adhesion to even the most difficult substrates. EB1200 serves the demanding packaging market for electron beam web applications on paper and board. The GEMINI hybrid series promotes excellent inter-coat adhesion and minimal gloss reduction when in-line UV coating in sheetfed applications.
In addition, the company will highlight its broad geographic reach. Through an experienced sales force and broad distribution network, Flint Group’s sheetfed printing inks are easy to order and quick to receive, regardless of customer locations throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Graph Expo attendees may want to visit Flint Group’s sister company, Day International, at Booth 2647. Flint Group acquired Day International in June 2007.