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What does the way forward look like for the packaging industry?

What does the way forward look like for the packaging industry?

What does the way forward look like for the packaging industry?

 

Catering to all requirements of the printing industry at large, DIC India has developed a range of entirely safe toluene-free inks. The company has taken the lead through its flagship program- “DIC Connect” to educate the printers and converters about the adverse effects of Toluene as a safety hazard and empower them to conform to the regulations with signature Toluene free printing inks. Manufacturers can get all their queries answered from the industry experts and explore the quickest adoption routes based on the individual requirement.

 

However prevalent the use of Toluene-based raw materials in the packaging industry, the safer alternatives are cost-competitive. Meaning, it is a win-win situation for everyone, from the printers, to consumers and the manufacturers. 

 

Since the implementation of the Toluene ban from 1st July 2021, the onus is on the industry to adopt safer ink systems at the earliest. Any delay on this front will endanger customer safety, and manufacturers stand to lose business volume if the alternatives are not adopted in time. 

 

DIC welcomes all the stakeholders in the food packaging industry to come forward and work together to offer a safe food experience to Indian consumers. 

 

Connect with us to provide a healthy and eco-friendly experience to Indian consumers. Get in touch with our business team at sales@dic.co.in. Let us help you to meet the new BIS and FSSAI directives and grow your business with inks that are safe for us and safer for the environment. 

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