For more than 50 years, Penn Color has been producing high quality masterbatches and color additive concentrates for the plastics industry. We color match and manufacture custom color concentrates and single pigment dispersions for all industry segments including packaging, building & construction, synthetic fiber, film & sheet and consumer goods. We currently operate five colorant and additive masterbatch operations around the world as we continue to expand our global footprint.


Founded in 1964, Penn Color was one of the original pioneer companies of the pigment dispersion industry. From our humble beginnings, Penn Color has grown, diversified, and invested in technologies that give us one of the broadest colorant portfolios of any dispersion company in the world. Our custom technologies and our vision span the entire World of Color, creating a synergistic effect that leads to custom formulated and creative solutions to some of the most difficult problems facing our customers.


Penn Color has state of the art color and additive technologies for solution-grade pigment dispersions for industries including automotive coatings, LVT & other resilient flooring, wall covering, digital printing, telecommunications and cosmetics. We own nearly every type of dispersion equipment on the market today, housed in any of our four liquid colorant plants in the US, Europe and Asia. Whether you’re looking for a full-fledged partner, or support for your in-house dispersion operation, you can rely on Penn Color.


Penn Color Explores Expansion Opportunities In Asia

Doylestown, PA, June 9, 2021 – Penn Color, Inc., has announced plans to increase its presence in Asia. The decision is based on its strategy to support global customers around the world, and bring the “Penn Color experience” and Penn Color products to the region.

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pennaholt™ appears in PET.planet Insider

Penn Color’s pennaholt™ is featured in PET.planet Insider Magazine’s June 2020 issue. This new masterbatch enables the design of white PET bottles with very low TiO2 while maintaining the highest levels of opacity and whiteness for maximum shelf-life and shelf appeal.

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