Amit Electrostat installs a Ricoh digital production engine

Delhi-based Amit Electorstat adds a Ricoh Pro C901s digital production press in its array of digital printing presses.


Sharp Digital adds two mono digital presses to boost short-run output and quality

Delhi-based Sharp Digital has added two mono digital printing presses, Canon iPR 1110, in a bid to meet the demand for short-run publishing jobs and a step to enhance...


"Canon has 35% revenue increase", says Kensaku Konishi

Kensaku Konishi, president and CEO of Canon India is quite forthright with Alok Singh about Canon's growth structure and plans for POD, installations in tier-A and...

TECHNICAL TUTORIAL: Rohit Ramdey talks about Digital Print Media Storage and Handling

For quality, consistent printing, the media must be in good condition. It must not be damaged or degraded by the storage or handling processes.


Jury video: PrintWeek India Awards 2011

With a record number of print firms sending entries, the judges had a daunting task picking the best of the best during the PrintWeek India Awards judging process....


Canon India introduces Printeaze to benefit SMBs

Canon India has launched a software solution, Printeaze for SMBs and SMEs.


Epson WT7900

Impressed with the accurate, consistent and high-quality colour output of Epson WT7900, Vijay Jobanputra, the DGM for repro at ABPS gives a verdict for this wide-format...


Jaysynth launches solvent inks

Jaysynth Dyestuffs, a group company of Mumbai-based Jaysynth Group launched Digifix Inks and inaugurated a new bigger office with 6,000 sq/ft area at Kirti Nagar...


Color Dots Prepress Studio goes digital with Konica Minolta C6000

Okhla-based Color Dots Prepress Studio in New Delhi has taken a stride in printing by installing a new Konica Minolta C6000 digital press.

Infotrends white paper provides overview of MGi's press

MGi Digital Graphic Technology, the multi-substrate (paper, plastics and envelopes) digital press and finishing solutions manufacturer, announced the availability...

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?