Under new ownership, ZINK Holdings is surging having invested in operations and equipment to capitalize on the growing popularity of instant-print digital cameras and mobile printers. Triad Business Journal reporter Luke Bollinger takes a close look at the recent rise of ZINK Holdings and a look into its promising future.
ZINK Holdings in Billerica, North Carolina Counts on a Renewed Interest in Instant-Print Photos; the Company Manufactures ZINK Zero-Ink Paper
Boston Globe correspondent Scott Kirsner interviews ZINK CEO Chaim Pikarski who purchased the company in 2015. In a remarkable turnaround story, Pikarski talks about bringing the company back from insolvency and the resurgence of instant photography.
Twice Magazine’s Executive Insight: ZINK Holdings CEO Chaim Pikarski Talks About the Shift in Consumer Demand for Instant Print Solutions
“As people take more pictures, they crave hard copy images and actual prints to recall everyday experiences; they want access to instant-print imaging, and manufacturers like HP, Kodak and Polaroid are answering the call.”
The Times-News Tours the ZINK Facility and Reports the Company is Making ‘Old School’ Photography New Again
Reporter Bill Cresenzo for the Times-News recently visited the ZINK factory in Whitsett, North Carolina and reports on the company’s increased sales and employment growth under the new management.
ZINK Imaging, a Massachusetts-based company that manufactures ink-free photo paper at its plant in Whitsett, recently hired 69 full-time employees …
According to the High Point Enterprise publication, the Guilford County company ZINK Imaging is recruiting to expand its workforce. ZINK currently employs 160 workers and plans to add another 30-40 employees under the company’s new management.