Sun Chemical has acquired a leading manufacturer of UV printing inks for converters in the commercial, packaging and specialty markets.
By combining the complementary portfolio of products from Joules Angstrom U.V. Printing Inks Corp., based in Pataskala (Ohio), with Sun Chemical’s range of global resources, customers will benefit from the synergies between both companies.
Expanded product lines
"This partnership will give both Sun Chemical and Joules Angstrom numerous opportunities to provide customers with expanded product lines and services,” said Charles Murray, President of North American Inks, Sun Chemical. "Joules Angstrom is a company built on technical excellence and customer satisfaction, and we plan to work together to provide customers with more exciting and innovative UV printing ink solutions.”
Opportunities for growth
"Joining the Sun Chemical family will present our customers with numerous opportunities for growth while allowing us to maintain current operations to meet their needs,” said Patrick Carlisle, President, Joules Angstrom. "We are excited to join a global organization with values focused on quality, service and innovation.”
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