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Rutland & Dhaval Color to produce PVC free textile printing inks
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Dec '08
Rutland Plastics Technologies and Union Ink Company, wholly owned subsidiaries of Rutland Holdings, headquartered in Pineville NC, globally recognized leaders of textile inks and coatings & Dhaval Color Chem Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai India, the largest textile ink and machine supplying company based in India, with sister concern company Creative Industries, Mumbai, having technology for the finest quality PVC Free Water Base Ink, announces an intent to create a venture to manufacture, service, and market unique plastisol and PVC free textile printing inks.

The new Company's manufacturing facility, development lab and sales office will be located in India and will service India and the Indian subcontinent countries, Asia, Europe, the Americas and other geographic regions.

It is expected that products will be available through the new facility in late 2nd quarter 2009.

“Expanding our global reach has been a top priority for the Company and our long-term relationship with Dhaval Color presented an outstanding partnership opportunity. We look forward to providing the screen print industry with the worlds most advanced ink technology”, according to Rutland Holdings Chief Executive Officer, Dennis Gunson.

Narendra Dadia, President and Chief Executive of Dhaval Color commented that “A partnership with Rutland created the perfect opportunity for both companies as we have technology for the finest quality PVC Free Water Base Inks and Rutland has technology for the best Plastisol ink and sales / service network across the world. We are very excited about the prospects and look forward to offering the best of both Ink types, i.e. Plastisol and PVC Free Water Base to customers worldwide”.

Rutland Plastics Technologies

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