Versatile, Efficient Inks and OPV (Overprint Varnishes and Coatings)

FLEXO Tech Talk

Tuesday, April 16
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT
Free to Attend

Formulators of printing inks and OPVs are under constant competitive pressure to optimize their operations. More than ever, the printing industry must balance the often-conflicting priorities of producing high quality, vibrant inks and coatings with the need to be cost efficient. With the introduction of the JONCRYL® cost-in-use product line, BASF is making it easier for ink and OPV suppliers to produce cost effective products without sacrificing performance. Please join us for a Tech Talk where Jennifer Rigney, technical specialist for water-based resins, will introduce and discuss these new, innovative BASF offerings.

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About Our Presenter

With over 20 years of industry experience, Jennifer Rigney brings exceptional technical and application knowledge in support of BASF’s customers in North America. As a Technical Specialist focused on water-based resins for printing and packaging, Jen focuses on supporting high-performance product offerings that exceed customer expectations and overcome application challenges. Jen is often the first point of contact for customer or end-user questions and application concerns; this visibility has provided her with further insight into the details of printing processes, formulations, and common operating issues. In addition to 10 years’ experience working with the BASF portfolio of Dispersions and Resins in a variety of technical roles, Jen also has extensive industry and formulating credentials, working for such companies as PPG, Serigraph, Flint Ink, and Cytec. While leveraging substantial field and lab experience, Jen also brings a strong academic foundation, holding Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Material Science from MIT and the University of Michigan, respectively.