October 26, 2022
Chemicals and materials maker DuPont recently finished a project to expand capacity for water-based pigment inkjet inks and dispersions at its Artistri Digital Inks manufacturing site Fort Madison, IA.
“In the fast growing world of digital printing, our customers not only expect us to deliver inks with great colors and consistency, but they’re also looking for improved productivity as well as delivery flexibility and reliability,” Tucker Norton, general manager for Artistri Digital Inks at DuPont, said in a company release. “With this capacity increase we’ll be better able to respond to customers around the world and the growing demand for pigment inkjet inks.”
The inks are used in commercial, textiles, home printing, and packaging digital printing applications. Artistri inkjet ink products incorporate DuPont’s proprietary dispersions, polymers, and ink formulations.
“The team delivered inks capacity expansion on time by utilizing innovative technology developed by Artistri inks business’ R&D and manufacturing teams,” said Eric Beyeler, global marketing manager for Artistri, in a statement. “The project was accomplished incident free, contributing to our plant’s long-standing safety record.”
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