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Bobst powers Weepac’s novel venture into paperboard-plastic combo cartons

With a brand new set-up, Weepac offers an alternative to PP boxes and window-patched cartons combining the advantages of paperboard and plastic, discovers Rushikesh...

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Growing steady in blockout printing

Paharganj-based Colourmate Digital, one of North India’s earliest players in blockout print, has been growing exponentially in the last five years. Rahul Kumar investigates...

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The rise and rise of Dainik Bhaskar

Total 62 print editions and 52 print locations across north and central India is itself a huge number for a newspaper company. For DB Corp, however, this is just...

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Nitin Book Binding Works: The last of the binding Mohicans

Brand ‘Nitin Binding’ is synonymous with ‘complex binding made simple’. Nitin Kandar has survived the trend of print firms opting for in-house binding, which swept...

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One minute with Reva Printery

Reva Printery’s roots can be traced back almost 60 years when Priyakant Parikh started a print shop with a treadle machine. As the business evolved, new capabilities...

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Burda in India: Towards 18 crore books in FY2016

The production team at the Burda Druck factory in Greater Noida has re-shaped its print production ability so as to cater to a buoyant textbook market as well as...

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Zero debt Update growing at 20%

The Gurgaon-based label printer has been spreading its arms over the years. The father-son duo of Rajesh and Aditya Chadha, directors at Update Prints, share the...

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IPP sets Rs 500 crore target

‘We keep in touch with customers and keep inventing'

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With massive investment, York is riding the wave of evolution

York Print Group is set to leverage its Rs 40-crore spending to gain an upper hand in the packaging sector in Assam and Meghalaya in the North East, and even in...

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100 years of living legacy

A legacy name and three generations (or five, depending on whom you are asking) of print experts – would it be enough for Kerala’s ST Reddiar to prepare itself...

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