Cabot completes expansion project for its Haverhill inkjet facility
Cabot Corp., a Boston-based specialty chemicals company, said Monday that it has has completed a $10 million capacity expansion project at its Haverhill inkjet facility.
The project further supports Cabot’s growth in the emerging office segment of inkjet printing and the commercial inkjet printing market, the company said in a press release.
In a statement, Julie Planchet, Cabot’s general manager for inkjet colorants, said, “With color inkjet printing making in-roads into sizeable markets for transactional, book, direct mail, graphics, labels, packaging, and signage, we see the potential for growth across a variety of printing applications.”
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