MAKING THE MOST OF CHANGES IN PRINTING: New PIGMENT CHEMISTRY is a boon for Cabot and a Massachusetts town

@inproceedings{Mccoy2011MAKINGTM,
  title={MAKING THE MOST OF CHANGES IN PRINTING: New PIGMENT CHEMISTRY is a boon for Cabot and a Massachusetts town},
  author={Michael Mccoy},
  year={2011}
}
IT’S BEEN YEARS since the old industrial town of Haverhill, Mass., could be called an economic engine. But the millions of dollars being spent there by Cabot Corp. are a sign that innovative chemistry can spur investment and create new jobs in the unlikeliest of places. Last month, Cabot announced plans to invest $10 million to double color dispersion capacity at its ink-jet printing colorants plant in Haverhill. Powered with chemistry invented by Cabot researcher James A. Belmont, the facility… CONTINUE READING