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Xerox: India's best kept technology secret

Ramu Ramanathan travels to Chennai to investigate the operations in the southern megapolis, which forms the research backbone for Xerox’s 108 models, right from...


'We are going to take over the world'

Bengaluru-based textile printing specialist Quenby Transfers India, the wholly owned subsidiary of Quenby Transfers, UK, the winner of the PrintWeek India Company...


Beyond 100,000 metric tonnes of PET bottles and preforms

Manjushree Technopack is investing into growth areas for packaging. During a visit to the Manjushree factory in the outskirts of Bengaluru, Ramu Ramanathan looks...


Gecko inks for food packs to be launched

On the sidelines of the International Conference hosted by All India Printing Ink Manufacturers Association on 28 February, 2015, Ashwani Bharadwaj, managing director...


"We needed to build the capabilities to grow continuously, and we did"

The three-decade-old packaging powerhouse, Mumbai-based Essel Propack, has managed to transform itself from a domestic player to a global leader in the lamitubes...


Big interview: Amit Chopra of Punjab Kesari

Navodaya Times, the Hindi-language daily launched a year ago in Delhi may be a new player in the market, but Punjab Kesari, Jalandhar, the Rs 550-crore group behind...


Future of print in India is bright

A day after the inauguration of their new plant at Panoli in Gujarat, Rahul Kumar and Dibyajyoti Sarma of PrintWeek India have a tete a tete with Dr Kotaro Morita,...


An insight into a Rs 200-cr print company: Insight Print Communications

Ajay Aggarwal received his BE degree in computer science in 1991 and was recruited as a support engineer by Wipro straight from the campus. He quickly moved into...

Sel Jegat: the label age entrepreneur

The three-decade old Sivakasi-based company, Sel Jegat has managed to transform itself from a self adhesive label manufacturer to a pressure sensitive label player...


Inking a dexterous business operation

It’s not an old-fashioned battle for dominance. “Whoever brings the product and services that suits its print customers, is the best,” say the Sathayes in a conversation...

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