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Sun Chemical invests in new printing plate facility in California
10:17 AM MDT | July 2, 2013 | Lindsay Frost
Sun Chemical announced it has invested $5 million in a new flexographic printing plate manufacturing facility at Concord, CA. The 25,000 sq/ft facility, which opens on 15 July, houses new equipment for the manufacturing of (high-definition) HD plates—including an Esko HD CDI laser imager, a MacDermid Lux laminator, DuPont’s DigiFlow/DigiCorr systems and the Esko digital flexo suite (DFS) pin mounting system. “Demand is growing for the high-end graphics in packaging and we want our customers to not only benefit from Sun Chemical inks and...
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