Top eight stalls at CEIF show

Krishna Naidu chooses his favourite machines which made a big shout at the CEIF and explores the world of photo printing.


Faheem Agboatwala: Nine things to look out for at Drupa 2016

Print's biggest event, Drupa 2016 will be held from 31 May to 10 June, 2016 at Dusseldorf, Germany. Messe Dusseldorf began Drupa promotion with the first roadshow...


Paper consumption in India has to grow, there’s no other way

As the paper industry, and all its stakeholders congregates at Paperex 2015, PrintWeek India looks at why the industry has reasons to be optimistic, even at the...


Pamex returns to Mumbai, with no compromises - The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column

As the tenth edition of Pamex returns to Mumbai after a gap of nine years, Tushar Dhote, chairman and managing director, Dhote Offset Technokrafts, and president,...


Customers are an important part in the success of a product

Nordson is the world’s biggest manufacturer of fluid dispensing equipment. As Suprotik Das explains to Noel D’Cunha, the company’s business is precision in dispensing...


The Indian flexible industry is as competent as any other country

I think we have already taken over the world, says Amit Ray of Uflex, arguing that in the flexible packaging segment, there are a number of companies which are exporting...


The need for innovation and upgradation in technology

The plenary session one and two on the day two discussed the concept of ancillary material, automation and logistics plus automation in packaging and robotics.


The science and business of packaging at WPC

As IIP’ golden jubilee celebrations continue, hosting the World Packaging Congress in Mumbai was an ambitious job. It must be said that the job was well done, when...


Focus on packaging cost reduction, automation

Torrent Pharmaceuticals’ Suresh Ganapuram talks to Noel D’Cunha about end-of-the-line automation, serialisation, track and trace, and anti-counterfeiting


Metal has great recycle value

Metal packaging has seen a steady growth of around 4%, and accordingly, Tinplate, which is into packaging raw material, has grown. The Q1 results of 2015 seem good,...

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?