Sun Chemical

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Sun Chemical
Type Corporation
Industry Chemicals
Headquarters Parsippany, United States
Products inks, coatings, pigments, electronic materials, and brand protection
Revenue $3,500,000,000 USD
Employees 8,000 (Consolidated, 2013)
Website www.sunchemical.com
200 kg containers of Sun Chemical's web offset printing black ink

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.[1] The company has its roots as the Lorilleux & Cie. Paris in 1818, but was incorporated under the Sun name in 1945.[2] The company operates the Daniel J. Carlick Technical Center in Carlstadt, New Jersey.[3] 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.

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  1. ^ "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." 
  2. ^ "Sun Chemical timeline". Sun Chemical. Retrieved 2008-12-05. 
  3. ^ "Sun Chemical Renames Its Carlstadt Tech Center To Honor Daniel J. Carlick.". Printing News. October 25, 1999. Retrieved 2008-12-05.