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Mumbai’s Protolab wins Fespa 2018 Awards in functional printing

Mumbai-based Protolab Electrotechnologies was the winner in the Functional Printing category during...

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Fespa 2018 print census reveals strategic responses to escalating demand

Fespa has revealed the headline findings of its 2018 Print Census, conducted in partnership with...

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Knowledge of the entire supply chain is a must for a premedia agency: Daggupati of Vismaya

Based in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh and founded in 2016, Vismaya Premedia believes in the ability to...

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Frankfurt Book Fair ready with a new stage

A 6.5m tall self-supporting wooden structure, with a translucent membrane on 500squ/mts, called...

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Sona’s 2018-19 calendar features 365 artworks by 365 young artists

Sona Papers launched its 2018-19 calendar recently at an event in Bengaluru jointly organised with HP...

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Konica Minolta adds colour to SPI 2018 with digital solutions

Konica Minolta Business Solutions offered visitors a glimpse of the most cutting-edge colour printing...

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Gujarat's print sector sees a turning point

Some years back, PrintWeek India carried a feature titled, ‘Ahmedabad has never had it so good’, where...

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Exhibitor entries invited for PHDCCI India Pavilion at Paperworld 2019

The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) will showcase India Pavilion during Paperworld 2019...

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OPA campaign for using original software

To encourage its member printers to stop using pirated software, the Offset Printers Association (OPA)...

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Publishing Next conference scheduled for 20-22 September 2018

The eight edition of the Publishing Next conference, the annual event that brings together publishing,...

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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