Toyo Ink to present food-grade metal coatings and inks

Toyo Ink at Cannex & Fillex, 15-18 May

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Toyochem Co. Ltd., Toyo Ink Co. Ltd. and Jiangmen Toyo Ink Co. Ltd., all member companies of the Toyo Ink Group of Japan, will be jointly exhibiting at Cannex & Fillex Asia Pacific 2018, from 15 to 18 May, in Guangzhou, China. At Stand 1326, the group will present a complete range of metal packaging manufacturing technologies with a focus on food safety and compliance, at its first ever Cannex & Fillex, a major international exhibition for metal packaging manufacturing and filling technologies.

At this year’s show, brand owners and canmakers looking to enhance the performance of metal packaging coatings can learn more about Toyochem’s FinishesT series of can coatings for metal substrates. The group will also feature its next-generation lineup of sustainable metal packaging solutions, including BPA-NI interior coatings for food and beverage cans, water-based coil coatings, UV-curable surface coatings, and interior and exterior coatings for general-use cans.

Visitors to the stand will also see how the group’s comprehensive portfolio of metal decorating inks can help them meet increasing food packaging compliance requirements with energy-efficient UV technologies.

At the show, Toyo Ink, a frontrunner in the development of LED UV metal deco technology, will debut an industry-leading line of LED-curable inks for general package printing applications—the MD KINGT LED series. In addition, an expanded portfolio of low-migration inks for food packaging applications will be on display, featuring the EXC 21000 M STERACANT FOOD series of Swiss Ordinance-compliant, UV-curable inks and the MD KINGT LED LM series of LED-curable inks that comply with the Nestlé and Swiss Ordinance guidelines.

Rounding out the group’s complete lineup of metal decorating solutions are the MD KING UV series of UV-curable inks for general package printing, the NEW MD KINGT TH / AH series of highly processed solvent-based inks for metal sheet printing, and the MD KINGT DIM inks for DI cans.

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