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DIC buys out partner in Colombian printing inks manufacturing JV

3:07 AM MST | January 6, 2014 | Deepti Ramesh

DIC (Tokyo) says that its wholly owned subsidiary Sun Chemical (Parsippany, NJ) has become the sole owner of Tintas (Medellín, Colombia), a manufacturer of printing inks, by purchasing the shares it did not own in Tintas from the joint venture partner Inversiones Mundial (Medellín), a coatings and chemicals firm. Sun acquired Coates Lorilleux in 1999 and, as a result, became a joint venture partner in Tintas, in which Coates Lorilleux had a 50% stake. Tintas's business has grown steadily in the years since, and the company now has a significant...

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