Alden & Ott Printing Inks

616 East Brook Drive, Arlington Heights, IL 60005

United States


Call(847) 956-6830


Labels & Labeling, Sustainability


Baby & Toddlers, Bakery, Confectionery, Dairy, Desserts & Ice Cream, Fruit & Vegetables, Meat, Fish & Eggs, Ready Meals & Side Dishes, Sauces & Seasonings, Snacks, Soup, Sports Nutrition, Spreads, Sugar & Sweeteners, Supplements, Cereals, Pharmaceuticals, Other industries, Food

Alden & Ott Printing Inks

For over 50 years, Alden & Ott Printing Inks Company has enjoyed a reputation for quality ink products, technological leadership and personalized service to our valued customers in the printing industry. We built our business one customer relationship at a time. We have rendered personal, consultative service and customized solutions to meet a variety of specific applications. We believe it is our responsibility to help ensure the success of our customers in the offset printing and flexographic packaging industries.

Substrate issues, color matching, tack, speed, curing—your challenges are complex and ongoing. You deserve a vendor who will work with you to solve the everyday problems that can slow down production and cut into your margins. Alden & Ott is on your side, offering formulations, applications and methods suited to your needs.

When we put the name Alden & Ott on one of our products, we make a commitment. It is a commitment to quality, to service, and to innovation. Most of all, it is a commitment to your success.

Alden & Ott Printing Inks Company is now a proud extension of the Huber group family. Huber group is one of the world's leading specialists for printing inks, coatings and press room auxiliaries, currently comprising 40 companies and 130 sites. This successful, family-owned enterprise with more than 250 years of experience and expertise in the printing inks industry manufactures top quality products for packaging, commercial and news printing. In 2016, the Group with its global workforce exceeding 3500, generated sales of approximately $885 million.

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