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Toyo Printing Inks showcases packaging solutions at Propak East Africa 2018

PKBR Staff Writer Published 26 February 2018

Toyo Printing Inks has showcased its full lineup of packaging solutions at Propak East Africa 2018 being conducted at Kenyatta International Conference Centre in Nairobi, Kenya.

The company exhibited a range of packaging solutions that can address product, regulatory and efficiency requirements to brand owners and packaging companies in Africa.

Some of the featured products include high-performance inks and coatings for nearly every substrate or packaging including flexible and rigid types.

Besides this, the company will also introduce other packaging innovations from Toyo Ink Group including lamination adhesives and plastic masterbatch for food, beverage and industrial applications.

Toyo Printing Inks CEO Yakup Benli said: “We are excited to make our first showing at Propak East Africa. Building on a successful exhibit at last year's Propak West Africa, we aim to reinforce our commitment to the area as we look to raise our brand awareness and open new markets in this strategic region for us.

“Propack East Africa provides an ideal platform on which to highlight our diversified portfolio of packaging solutions that are tailored to the needs of the region and manufactured at our factory in Turkey.”

Toyo Printing Inks is a subsidiary of the Toyo Ink Group. The company manufactures printing inks and auxiliary products for virtually all printing techniques including web offset inks for publications, offset sheetfed inks, serigraphy inks, flexo and rotogravure inks, laminate adhesives and metal can coating systems.

The company operates a Colour Making Centre in Istanbul and state-of-the-art production facility in Manisa. It maintains a network of 36 dealers and sales offices in 4 cities in Turkey.