Toyo Ink Arets Mexico to showcase print solutions at EXPOGRÁFICA

Toyo Ink

Toyo Ink Arets Mexico, S.A. de C.V., a member of the Toyo Ink Group, will be exhibiting its comprehensive line of conventional printing inks and coatings at EXPOGRÁFICA 2017, the most comprehensive graphic arts industry trade show in the Spanish-speaking world.

The four-day event will be held in Guadalajara, México from May 17 to 20, 2017.

At the show, Toyo Ink Arets Mexico will be highlighting a wide range of solutions that address the needs of commercial and package printers for increased print productivity, improved processes, and reduced waste and environmental footprint. Visitors to the Toyo Ink booth #917 can learn more about the TOYO KING eco-friendly printing solutions, which are formulated using 100% vegetable oil and zero volatile organic compounds (VOCs). A featured product series will be the TOYO KING HYBRIGHT BIO series of conventional offset inks, which is ideal for publishing and packaging applications and can be used with nearly all types of paper substrates. All TOYO KING inks achieve the highest color gamut possible, while complying with the world's leading quality standards such as ISO 2846-1, ISO 12647-2, RoHS, REACH, among others.

Moreover, the company's conventional offset, sheetfed and VOC-free inks are manufactured at a Toyo Ink Group manufacturing plant in Brazil, which is backed by technical knowhow and support from Japan. At EXPOGRÁFICA, the company will also emphasize its regional and global supply and development capabilities as well as its long-term commitment to México and surrounding markets.

“EXPOGRÁFICA is the most important industry event for us,” stated Juan Ramón Castellanos, director of Toyo Ink Arets Mexico. “We're here to let our customers, and the industry, know that Toyo Ink is here to stay. Backed by our production base in Brazil, which serves the entire region, we're prepared to bring our highly reliable and quality products as well as our support offerings to expanding markets throughout Latin America.”