Sun Chemical Corp.
Sun Chemical offers a wide portfolio of inks and coatings that help printers achieve their sustainability goals, including the development of mono-materials for plastics which remove the complexities of layers of different materials that make it hard to recycle. It is one solution highlighted in Sun Chemical’s Guide to Sustainable Packaging, available free for download.
Sun Chemical released its Corporate Sustainability Report, which details how the company’s commitment to sustainability has led to new solutions that help customers improve their eco-efficiency goals. In addition to achieving its recent energy and water usage goals, the report highlights other key Sun Chemical eco-friendly initiatives.
Sun Chemical released its 2018 Corporate Sustainability Report, which details how the company’s commitment to sustainability has led to new solutions that help customers improve their eco-efficiency goals. In addition to achieving its recent energy and water usage goals, the report highlights other key Sun Chemical eco-friendly initiatives.
During FTA INFO*FLEX 2017, Sun Chemical will introduce a new portfolio of eco-friendly inks and showcase how its coatings, inks and HD plate technology can produce packaging that pops off the shelf while enhancing pressroom efficiency.
Sun Chemical has partnered with acpo and will supply its SunBar oxygen barrier coatings to acpo to coat and supply films for flexible packaging converters. acpo's thin film coating capabilities will allow more converters to take advantage of SunBar's coating properties for flexible packaging.
Sun Chemical has opened a new coatings lab in its Carlstadt, N.J. research and development facility. The state of the art laboratory features the latest equipment for studying the key performance attributes for coatings.
During the 2015 Global Pouch West Conference, Sun Chemical’s Robert O’Boyle, a product manager for coatings, will talk about how coatings can transform flexible packaging.
Sirrus, Inc. and Sun Chemical, a subsidiary of DIC Corp., will jointly develop novel, high performance materials for the inks and pigments market using Sirrus' Chemilian and Forza monomer platform.
Competition was stiff among top high school performers from across North America in the Phoenix Challenge High School Flexo Competition. A total of 19 teams participated, a total which has grown every year since the Phoenix Challenge high school program began in 1998.