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Sawgrass licenses Seiko Epson to use sublimation inks in its printers

7:03 AM MST | January 24, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Sawgrass Technologies (Charleston, SC) and Seiko Epson (Tokyo) have entered into a long-term license agreement under which Epson will sell inks for sublimation imaging, as an authorized Sawgrass licensee, the two companies announced today. Seiko Epson joins BASF, Hilord Chemical, Huntsman Corp., InkTec, J-Tech, Kiian Group, Kiwa Chemical, Mimaki Engineering Co., Nazdar, and Sensient Technologies among companies that have signed similar license agreements. "We are very pleased to have a world class company like Seiko Epson enter into a license agreement. It...

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