Sun Chemical introduces new multi-purpose ink system, SunUno Solimax

WEXHAM SPRINGS, UK - 12 July 2012 - Sun Chemical, the world?s leading manufacturer of printing inks and pigments, is today launching the SunUno Solimax multi-purpose ink system. Suitable for both surface and reverse print applications on a number of the commonly used flexible packaging substrates, Solimax 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. It is suitable for both Flexographic and Rotogravure print processes and provides the shelf stand out and high quality packaging for today?s competitive industry. Intended for surface printing and adhesive lamination for various end-use applications such as lidding materials, medical laminates and food packaging for confectionery and snack food, Solimax is compatible with both solvent free and solvent based lamination technologies.

Newest Sun Chemical Sustainability Report Highlights the Environmental Footprint of its Suppliers

PARSIPPANY, N.J., USA – January 22, 2013 – Sun Chemical released its 2012 Sustainability Report, which showcases Sun Chemical’s leadership in eco-efficiency through established data-driven metrics, as well as examples of how raw material suppliers are contributing to the company’s environmental footprint.

The report describes a balanced scorecard approach that Sun Chemical uses to assess suppliers’ environmental performance and provides details about questionnaires that were sent to suppliers asking about their sustainability policies, carbon footprint emissions, the potential impact on deforestation, etc.

Sunshine Plastics’ Award Winning Flexible Packaging Uses Sun Chemical Inks

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – June 3, 2013 – For the second straight year, Sun Chemical‘s inks were used on packaging created by Sunshine Plastics that won the coveted ?Best in Show? award during INFO*FLEX

Sunshine Plastics, a flexible packaging converter based in Montebello, Calif., has won the gold award in the wide web process category from the Flexographic Technical Association‘s Excellence in Flexography Awards annual competition for the third year in a row.