Germany-based Hubergroup has developed a new sheet-fed printing ink series, Mga Natura, to meet the growing printing requirements of the food packaging industry.

Developed to replace the company’s existing Natura Ga series, the Mga Natura range includes process inks and spot inks, which complement a variety of corporate design colours.

Planned to be launched by next month, the new ink range will serve large-format prints, which are produced at high speeds and cheaper substrate grades, and cater to the post-print processing sector.

"The new ink range will serve large-format prints, which are produced at high speeds and cheaper substrate grades."

According to Hubergroup, the Mga Natura series will offer improved performance and fulfil demands for special printing-ink systems, and has been manufactured in compliance with good manufacturing practice (GMP) standards.

With 40 regionally operated companies and 130 sites, Hubergroup currently provides printing inks, coatings and press room auxiliaries for packaging, commercial and news-printing sectors worldwide.

The company also provides ink mixing systems, as well as development, consulting and technical services.

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