Toyo Ink’s two new products at Printpack India

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Toyo Ink stand at 15th Printpack India. Photo PSA

For Toyo Ink, the main theme at the 15th Printpack India was sustainable print. The company showcased several products, starting from low migration inks to cobalt- and mineral-free inks, barrier coatings, UV inks and coatings, liquid inks, solvent-free lamination, and pressure-sensitive adhesives. It also launched two new products.

In the previous Printpack that took place in 2019, Toyo launched its made-in-India UV ink product basket, which was a huge success. This year it launched its water-based flexo and UV flexo inks that are also manufactured in its Indian plants. The initial feedback for these inks from customer tests have been very positive, says Toyo Inks India.

The company also highlighted its eco-friendly products such as water-based inks, and biomass products along with a range of coatings. The Toyo Ink Group’s Sustainability Vision TSV2050/2030, introduced this year, has set forth an ambitious target to make the company’s production operations carbon neutral by 2050, and the new product launches are aligned with that trajectory. Toyo Ink India was established in 2006 and has two manufacturing plants in the country, at Greater Noida and at Bharuch in Gujarat.

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