A publisher's needs in today's marketplace - The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column

Publishers and printers came together to discuss the way forward in a closed-door roundtable discussion titled ‘Anatomy of Bookmaking in India’ on 8 June in New...


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 we posited that thanks to the development in Ahmedabad, medium...


Print talk: How print can grow its brand – I

Ramu Ramanathan, editor of PrintWeek India and WhatPackaging? shares how packaging and pre-media services firm play a key role in print.


US court puts Fujifilm, Xerox merger on hold

Fujifilm’s merger with Xerox which was finalised a few months ago hit a US court roadblock when Judge Barry Ostrager of the Supreme Court of the State of New York,...


EFI reports record Q1 revenue

EFI has announced its results for the first quarter that ended March 31, 2018.


Essel Propack’s fourth quarter result sees net income increase by 2.6%

Mumbai-based Essel Propack has reported a slender rise in net Profit for the quarter at Rs 44.8-crore as against Rs 43.9-crore in the previous year.


A few commandments in the defen​c​e of paper

Technology aided by its country-cousin science, is optimising-disrupting ​our lives. In this ​digital age, paper is much more than just paper. Therefore, this defence...


JK Papers may take over Sirpur Paper Mills at Rs 628-crore

Telangana-based Sirpur Paper Mills’s (SPM) revival might be around the corner. According to media reports, the Government of Telangana "may" accept JK Paper’s Rs...


​Edelmann inks JV with MK Printpack

Mumbai-headquartered MK Printpack, with three locations in India in Nani Daman, Mota Ponda and Haridwar has joined Edelmann India. The JV was announced in December...


Fujifilm and Xerox - Match made in heaven?

While the USD 6.1-bn takeover of Xerox by Fujifilm has sent the world into a tizzy, Sriraam Selvam breaks down what the deal could mean to the future of the company...

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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?