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Morgana and Malhotra aim to take digital finishing kit to pan India

In an interview with Sachin Shardul of PrintWeek India, the managing director of Morgana and chief executive of Malhotra Graphics share the plans for their new joint...


“One successful customer, lures future customers”

Lois Lebegue, Oscar Planas and Bhalchandra Nikumb of Kodak in conversation with Noel D'cunha and Rushikesh Aravkar of PrintWeek India. The three musketeers...


“Our plans for India are the same – continue to develop Bobst applications and resources”

Jean-Pascal Bobst, the CEO of Bobst Group has embarked on a group transformation project, a strategy which includes India and a targeted savings of at least $...


T P Jain, Monotech Systems

"Innovation and print enhancement are the new trends in the print industry," says TP Jain.


“Print won’t go away and paper is not dying," says Rajesh Kejriwal of Kyoorius

Ramu Ramanathan in a tête-à-tête with Rajesh Kejriwal of Kyoorius, who organises one of India’s foremost design conference - DesignYatra and publishes the Kyoorius...


“Fine paper will be 20k tonnes by 2018,” says Sanjay Suneja

Noel D’cunha and Supreeth Sudhakaran in a conversation with Sanjay Suneja, managing director of Sona Commercial about the future of fine paper market in India; and...


“I am surprised we still talk about SOPs,” says Purnendu Sen

Purnendu Sen, a printing master, has planned and implemented quality newspaper production as the technical director at The Times of India group. Now retired, Sen...


”Focus on the growing market in India”

Umang Bedi, the managing director of South Asia, Adobe talks to Rahul Kumar about how the software major proposes to expand its publishing reach in India with a...


"At Jak, we aspire for zero-defect"

With good quality, timely delivery and fair pricing, one can never go wrong. Khushru Patel of Jak Printers talks to Ramu Ramanathan after bagging the Best Printers...


We expect positive results by the end of 2013

Manroland’s managing director Eckhard Horner-Marab was in India recently on his first international market assessment before the strategy planning board meeting...

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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?