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BILT reconsiders listing on London Stock Exchange

Ballarpur Industries has put on hold the initial public offering (IPO) of BILT Paper, its overseas...

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Manroland hosts seminars on its fast drying UV technology

Manroland and Eltosch jointly hosted seminars on fast drying UV and special applications seminars in...

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Digital Overview: A to Z of digital print industry in India

Developments in the digital segment has meant that print production has transformed itself. Sachin...

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What is driving digital? by Noel D'cunha

According to a study from PRIMIR, while analogue page volume is expected to drop by 0.3%, the volume of...

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Screen print specialist Studio Digital opts for a second Grafica press and screen making kit

New Delhi-based screen print specialist Studio Digital has re-inforced its infrastructure with the...

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EDITORIAL: "10 reasons why I love print as much as I do," says Sachin Shardul

This is my first editorial for PrintWeek India in the past three years. And I'm happy because I love...

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Print Summit '11 draws over 400 participants

The Bombay Master Printers Association hosted the fifth Print Summit 2011 at the Tata Theatre in the...

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Reader Reaction: Does the London Book Fair remain a favourite for Indians?

Last year, the volcano ash caused chaos. Tanvi Parekh finds out how the acclaimed show will be.

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Tussle over vinyl film ads on Mumbai buses

The Regional Transport Office (RTO) directed BEST to discard the vinyl films on the side panels of its...

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Awareness programme on bar coding in Jammu

Offset printers from Jammu and Kashmir attended a one day awareness program on bar coding. It was...

Latest Poll

PM Modi and the Government has vowed that India will abolish all single-use plastic by 2022. Technically, flexible laminates, tapes, labels, shrink films also are single-use plastics. Is this a viable course of action?

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