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Electroninks and SAKATA INX enter metal printing ink partnership

To develop materials for a wide variety of electronics applications

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Electroninks, a producer of metal complex inks for additive manufacturing and advanced semiconductor packaging based in Austin, Texas, has entered a partnership with SAKATA INX, a Japanese ink manufacturer.

The partnership with Electroninks is expected to accelerate SAKATA INX’s access to technologies and markets by developing materials for a wide variety of electronics. In addition to this, Electroninks will gain a global expansion advantage for their full product line of metal complex inks – boosting both market share and R&D capability for the company.

“In the electronics field, demand for high-value-added materials is expected to grow significantly in the future due to heightened expectations for the enhancement of product functionality,” said Yoshiaki Ueno, President and CEO of SAKATA INX. “Against this backdrop, we will work with Electroninks as a global technology partner to develop new products and create new businesses.”

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