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hubergroup buys Alden & Ott Printing Inks Company

Hubergroup, USA has acquired Alden & Ott Printing Inks Company for an undisclosed sum.

The company intends to hold the all employees and management team of the acquired business to support the business, specifically in the Midwest and Northeast regions.

In 1957, Joe Alden and Henry Ott established Alden & Ott Printing Inks, which produces multiple products ranging from heat set to sheet fed, UV inks and flexo inks.

The company produces custom solutions for both the offset and flexo printing markets in the Midwest and Northeast.

Alden & Ott produces flexo inks and offset inks, which can be used in multiple applications. The company’s flexo products include G-Force film ink system that can be used on screens, small type and solids.

G-Verse is a paper ink system, which can be used on a range of substrates ranging from coated and uncoated paper to polyester films.

The firm’s offset inks can be used on all types of multi color presses, including both paper and board substrates.

Hubergroup, USA president Derek McFarland said: “The addition of Alden & Ott to the hubergroup family is an exciting opportunity for our customers, employees and shareholders.

“As a key raw material supplier, we already had a great relationship with the talented Alden & Ott team and had discovered how much we share a commitment to providing our print customers with products and service that help them delight their customers.”

Alden & Ott president Tom Aldens said: “Joining the global hubergroup family will bring many benefits to our existing customers, including access to their technical knowledge base, expanded product lines, security of supply and an instantly expanded geographical footprint.”

Image: Alden & Ott president Tom Aldens with Hubergroup, USA president Derek McFarland. Photo: courtesy of HuberGroup North America.