Jaipur’s Premier invests in a four-colour Komori Enthrone 426

By 08 Dec 2018

Jaipur-based Premier Printing Press has installed a four-colour Komori Enthrone 426. The machine has replaced the company’s Dominant kit. The machine, which was installed in November 2018, has already printed more than one lakh sheets.

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Anoop Mor of Premier Printing Press

Anoop Mor of Premier Printing Press said the company was looking for a press which could handle short-run and high-quality jobs with quick delivery, and the Enthrone 426 fit the bill. “We will prefer to do jobs of less than 10,000 impressions on this machine,” More said.

He added, “We went for our first new Komori two years ago and our experience with the company has been excellent. Komori is economical, plus the after-sale service is fantastic.”

Premier has two print production facilities in the Pink City, now each housing a Komori machine. Beside these, it has four four-colour printing presses, along with three single-colour and two-colour web offset presses with digital print production set up.

The firm, started by Ram Swaroop Mor, in 1976, is empanelled by almost all government departments in the state and has been providing services to these departments for the last four decades. Besides the public sector, Premier also provides services to private clients in segments like telecom, banking, and education.

Ram Swaroop Mor, the proprietor of the company, looks after overall management.


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