UFlex chemicals’ focus on sustainability at Asia Coat & Ink Show 2022

Multiple samples on display at the Mumbai expo

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UFlex chemicals division's stand at Asia Coat & Ink Show 2022 Photo PSA

UFlex’s chemicals division focused on a range of sustainable solutions at the Asia Coat & Ink Show 2022 in Mumbai – promoting its water-based, solvent, and solvent-less inks, adhesives, and varnishes and coatings for various packaging printing technologies, including CI flexo and sheetfed offset. It also talked about radiation-curable inks at the event held at the Bombay Exhibition Centre.

The UFlex chemicals division, which was established in 1994, started as Flex Chemicals. It pledged to promote green initiatives, some of which include the development of water-based adhesives and inks, water conservation, the reduction of hazardous waste, energy conservation, reduction of water air, and ground pollution, and reduction of carbon footprint.

UFlex’s chemical division has a vast range of products that include solvent-based, solvent-free, and water-based laminating adhesives, gravure and flexo inks, radiation curable inks, specialty chemicals, coating and printers, and ink binders.

Company officials present at the show said they were working on advanced LED technology and water-based solutions. A lot of samples of packaging applications using UFlex’s chemical solutions were displayed at the stand.

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