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Published January 24, 2014
American Inks and Coatings (AIC) has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Color Resolutions International (CRI) through an asset purchase arrangement. The merger will be consummated on or before Jan. 30, 2014. AIC, founded by Jerry Mosley, is no… Read More »
Nature replicates CRI logo
Published April 19, 2012
Color Resolutions International has a logo that encompasses the colors of a rainbow, and as chances happened, a CRI employee, Lori Harrington, captured a photograph that had the company’s employees buzzing for a caption. “I was drivi… Read More »
Published February 28, 2012
The ink manufacturer has donated $1,000 to help five Cal Poly flexo students compete in the Phoenix Challenge. Read More »
Ink Troubleshooting
By Jack Kenny
Published April 11, 2011
Education and teamwork between printers and ink makers can be the key to solving specific ink challenges. Read More »
NELMA: Label Manufacturers Expo VIII
Published May 7, 2010
Color Resolutions International Thirty-seven industry vendors filled a hall at the Marriott Hotel in Bridgewater, NJ, USA, in late April, all vying for the attention of labe… Read More »
Published January 18, 2010
The ink manufacturer passed a rigorous audit that measured compliance with Sony’s environmental standards. Read More »
Published July 28, 2009
The geographic expansion will allow same or next day delivery to regional customers. Read More »
Ink Management Systems
By Jack Kenny
Published August 31, 2007
Tools for productivity, waste reduction, inventory control, and in-house production of custom colors. Read More »
Color Resolutions International Provides Custom Inks for High Quality Labels Color Resolutions International (CRI) is an international packaging ink company focused on water-based and UV curing flexo inks for printing pressure-sensitive labels a… Read More »
Web Inspection
Published May 7, 2009
The perfect printed image must pass ever more stringent quality standards, and the industry is meeting the challenge. Read More »
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