Gurinder Singh: Digital printing’s success to depend on cost-effectiveness
16 May 2018
In the Rapid Fire series, PrintWeek India asks eleven questions about print and beyond to Gurinder Singh, managing partner of Printwell Printers, Amritsar
What is the greatest strength of your printing firm?
Our commitment to quality.
Which living print person do you most admire? Why?
JS Walia, who is the ex-director, press and publication of GNDU (Guru Nanak Dev University).
What is your print motto?
To provide the best quality through the use of the latest technology.
Which print technology, according to you, is the future? Why?
Digital printing. Its success will depend on the change from toners to inks and if it will become more cost-effective.
Your favourite print exhibition?
IPAMA’s PrintPack India in Noida.
Which words or phrases or jargon you overuse?
Okay and done.
If you could change one thing about your printing plant, what would it be?
It would be machines, as the new technology beckons us.
If you were to die and come back as a printing press or software or ink, what would it be?
I would certainly like to be software as it allows high degree of adaptability.
A technology or a thought process you think is a passé for a 21st century press?
Platemaking and its associated processes.
What is your favourite Make in India print brand?
Pragati Offset, Hyderabad.
What do you most value in your customers?
Honesty and time management.