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Sun Chemical Colours Cost More


March 1, 2008
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Citing ever-increasing materials, energy and transportation costs, and the greenback’s slip against most major foreign currencies, Ohio-based Sun Chemical Corporation will increase global prices on it…

Citing ever-increasing materials, energy and transportation costs, and the greenback’s slip against most major foreign currencies, Ohio-based Sun Chemical Corporation will increase global prices on its pigments effective March 31/08.

The price increase is three to seven percent depending upon the pigment and will affect all forms of pigment, including dry, preparations and flushes. It applies to all markets that purchase pigments, including the ink, plastic, cosmetic and coating industries.

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Sun Chemical says it’s continuing to work to control internal costs to help partially offset the affect of these outside increases.


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