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NAPIM issues ink price bulletin

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The National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers issued a series of price increase bulletins addressing the availability of raw materials used in inks. Some of the key raw materials causing increases include: rosin, acrylic acid, carbon black, titanium dioxide, nitrocellulose, crude oil and natural gas, vegetable oils and colored organic pigments. According to the bulletin, feedstock inflation, tight markets and shortages are expected to continue.

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