The packaging bandwagon marches on

Ramu Ramanathan looks at recent developments at TCPL Packaging, Orient Press, Uflex, Manjushree Technopack and Essel Propack.


Printing industry in India expects a greener graph in 2013 over global cues

This week almost the whole of India was submerged in celebrating Diwali, while in the newsroom here, we were holding up a smile looking at the recent financial declarations...


Why clients prefer to think inside the box

Physical packaging proofs cost a lot to make and can’t be emailed, but are clients ready to trust 3D virtual proofs and what kind of printer can benefit?


Top wide-format printers in India

The wide-format industry in India is estimated to be worth Rs 1,800 cr. Printweek India highlights the top wide-format firms in India.


Top book printing firms in India

India has a healthy consumption of books. The book demand in India is propelled by the 8.8% growth in 2010, the reading habits of the burgeoning Indian middle class,...


Highlights of Labelexpo India 2012

The recently concluded third edition of Labelexpo India 2012 pitched the calibre of Indian label industry with a record 33% surge in footfall of visitors from earlier...


Exhibitor Speak: Anil Sharma, managing director - South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa at Avery Dennison

PWI speaks to Anil Sharma, managing director - South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa at Avery Dennison , an exhibitor at Labelexpo India 2012.


Quote of the day: Anil Sharma, managing director - South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa at Avery Dennison

PrintWeek India lists the best quote it heard during the third day at Labelexpo India 2012.


PrintWeek India stall of the day: Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison scored on representing six different market segments and hundreds of their products at their stand. The six segments are: food, beverages, pharamaceuticals,...


Give a thought to your ink buy

When looking to cut your ink spend, lower-cost inks are not the only option. Noel D’cunha says there are other ways to reduce expenditure

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?