Sun Chemical increases prices of publication inks in North America

Print Industry News
Chris Parrilli

Sun Chemical (Parsippany, N.J.) increasd prices across its portfolio of publication inks in North America effective Tuesday, June 1, 2021 – citing the continued rise of raw-material costs, increasing international and domestic freight rates, and shortages of key material inputs into the printing-ink supply chain. “These inflationary pressures require us to raise prices in this market,” said Chris Parrilli, President of North American Ink at Sun Chemical. “Our goal is to continue to deliver the world class support and services our customers expect in order for them to meet their business objectives. We understand the pressures the publication markets face and will continue to investigate all opportunities to mitigate these inflationary pressures on an ongoing basis.”

As a leading ink supplier, Sun Chemical added that it’s is working hard to mitigate rising costs by implementing internal improvement programs and maintaining very close communication with its suppliers and industry associations to ensure the company fully aligned to the latest procurement situation. “Sun Chemical will communicate specific increases directly with its customers. Customers with questions can reach out to their local Sun Chemical sales representative,” the supplier added.

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