Kala Jyothi is the official printer for PrintWeek India Awards

Haymarket Media, publisher of PrintWeek India and Kala Jyothi, commercial and magazine printing specialists are joining forces for the second edition of PrintWeek...


Me & My.... Welbound Trident

Shantanu Roy of Repro India says that good safety system, consistent trim and low cost of maintenance makes this trimmer a real value for money


Pragati receives PEFC accreditation, its second after FSC

Hyderabad's print and packaging specialist, Pragati group has announced that it has now been accredited by the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification...


Hindu confirms DiamondSpirit is in production at Coimbatore

Kasturi & Sons has confirmed that the 4x1 newspaper offset press DiamondSpirit from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has been in production since January 2010 at their...


CEO of Muller Martini visits India and discusses Ipex 2010 plans

Muller Martini's chief executive officer, Bruno Muller during his first visit to India met publishers and book printers in Chennai, Sivakasi, Mumbai and Delhi. In...


Rave expands Heidelberg fleet

Rave India, a commercial and packaging printer based in New Delhi, signed a multi-press and post-press order with Heidelberg at Ipex.


Jaipur Printers readies for big league as Rajasthan's economy gallops along

Rajasthan is a low-key market. But now the bar has been raised by Jaipur Printers, who rival the best in the business.


EskoArtwork hosts a four-day conference to update its users

EskoArtwork Worldwide held four-day user conference for EskoArtwok Users Group International (EUGI) from 18-21 April 2010 at Marriott Tampa Waterside hotel and Marina...


Top Indian printers react to paper price hike

Anand Limaye, editor of Print Bulletin and Ramu Ramanathan speak to top printers across India, who air their opinion about how to counter across-the-board paper...


Young turks at Ipex 2010

Everything you need to make your Ipex dream a reality. Alok Singh and Samir Lukka talk to next-gen Ipexians who get down to the brasstacks of how to manage your...

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?