|Headquarters||Parsippany, United States|
|Products||inks, coatings, pigments, electronic materials, and brand protection|
|Employees||8,000 (Consolidated, 2013)|
Sun Chemical is the world's largest producer of printing inks and pigments and is located in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey. It was incorporated in 1945. The company has its roots as the Lorilleux & Cie. Paris in 1818, but was incorporated under the Sun name in 1945. The company operates the Daniel J. Carlick Technical Center in Carlstadt, New Jersey. Sun Chemical is a member of the DIC Corporation group, based in Japan. Sun Chemical is a leading provider of materials to packaging, publication, coatings, plastics, cosmetics and other industrial markets, including electronic materials, functional and specialty coatings, brand protection and product authentication technologies.
- (English) Sun Chemical
- (Japanese) DIC Corporation, formerly Dainippon Ink & Chemicals
- (English) DIC Corporation, formerly Dainippon Ink & Chemicals
- (English) Yahoo! Finance - DIC Corporation Company Profile
- "Sun Chemical history". Sun Chemical. Archived from the original on 2008-06-09. Retrieved 2008-12-05.
Sun Chemical, the world's largest producer of printing inks and pigments, is a leading provider of materials to packaging, publication, coatings, plastics, cosmetics, and other industrial markets. With annual sales over $4 billion, Sun Chemical has over 11,000 employees supporting customers around the world. The Sun Chemical Group of companies includes such established names as Coates, Hartmann, Kohl & Madden, and US Ink.
- "Sun Chemical timeline". Sun Chemical. Retrieved 2008-12-05.
- "Sun Chemical Renames Its Carlstadt Tech Center To Honor Daniel J. Carlick.". Printing News. October 25, 1999. Retrieved 2008-12-05.