Uflex Chemicals furthers its commitment towards environment sustainability and energy efficiency by launching ‘FLEXGREEN’
Deepthi | Myequity news | Date : 03-10-2018 13:00:00 IST
Uflex Chemicals launches its new Ink series 'FlexGreen' an exclusive range of UV LED sheetfed Inks for commercial printing and packaging. 'FlexGreen' will substantially help reduce import dependence.
'FlexGreen' is a series of UV-LED process colours for sheetfed offset printing on coated paper, paperboard and MetPet Board. It exhibits unique properties such as high colour strength and gloss besides quick curing. It also offers excellent ink-water balance and press stability besides excellent print quality with low odour. Due to its high strength, the desired ink densities are achieved with lesser ink release, thus providing superior mileage. 'Flexgreen' is expected to bring substantial savings to printers by way of lower energy costs and reduce carbon footprint. About Uflex:
Addressing the launch, Rajesh Bhasin, R. President, Chemicals Business at Uflex Limited said, "UV LED curing is a next generation technology, compared to conventional curing technologies. With introduction of these inks we are part of select club of ink producers, offering the latest and finest in technology to Indian printers. It is indeed a matter of pride for us to be amongst the first few globally to produce these Inks & Coatings. This new addition will help widen our portfolio and effectively address developed global markets."
Uflex is India's largest multinational flexible packaging materials and Solution Company and an emerging global player. Since its inception back in 1985, Uflex has grown from strength to strength to evolve as a truly Indian Multinational with consumers spread across the world. Uflex today has state-of-the-art packaging facilities at multiple locations in India with installed capacity of around 100,000 TPA and has packaging film manufacturing facilities in India, UAE, Mexico Egypt, Poland and USA with cumulative installed capacity in excess of 337,000 TPA.