Artience to feature inkjet technology at Drupa 2024

Toyo Ink Europe Specialty Chemicals, a member of the Artience Group (formerly Toyo Ink Group), a Japan-based chemicals manufacturer, has announced that it, together with its sister subsidiaries Toyocolor (Japan), Toyo Ink India and Tianjin Toyo Ink (China), will jointly feature inkjet technology at Drupa 2024.

05 Apr 2024 | By Charmiane Alexander

The group will highlight an updated lineup of inkjet inks and its expanding manufacturing footprint and capabilities.

“For close to a decade, Toyo Ink Europe Specialty Chemicals has amassed expertise in the development of world-class inkjet solutions and built a solid reputation for OEM production excellence with several companies in the digital print industry,” said Ken Yamasaki, sales and marketing manager, inkjet business at Toyocolor. “In recent years, Artience has expanded its production and support network to include state-of-the-art facilities in India, the US and China. This makes it possible to provide the same high-quality product to all of our customers in any part of the world.”

Since the 1990s, the Artience group has been driving the development of industrial inkjet inks, including its own pigments and polymers, and delivering solutions for an array of digital printing markets. Artience actively partners with printing manufacturers on an OEM basis to create customised ink systems that meet the quality and functionality requirements of various digital printing techniques.

At Drupa 2024, the Artience group will feature its comprehensive inkjet ink portfolio including solvent-based, UV and UV LED inks for outdoor signage applications as well as water-based, UV and UV LED inks for the packaging market, such as corrugated board and labels. Moreover, as a pioneer in engineering sustainable inks and coatings for print, the group will provide a preview of its next-generation inkjet systems and processes with the lowest possible environmental impact. This includes advanced UV LED and low-energy-drying, water-based solutions needed to solve some of the world’s most pressing environmental and energy issues.

In addition, Drupa offers an international platform on which the company can launch its new brand and visual identity. Ken Yamasaki added, “We look forward to debuting the new Artience brand and logo to the global print world at Drupa! This is a big event for us to show the industry just how our digital print capabilities can help to ‘create value that resonates with the senses’ and drive real growth opportunity.”

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