The packaging satyagraha: From new cities, to patents

For India to become a dominant force in packaging, a lot more needs to be done. Dr N C Saha, the director of Indian Institute of Packaging knows this. In conversation...


Exhibitors' Speak

Highlighting the range of offering form the Indiapack 2015 show exhibitors: B & A Packaging, Bizongo, Bonvario, Ecobliss, EG Electronics, Impakt, Industrial Packers,...


Flexo, offset and digital cosying up

"Each process has its own pros and cons and their efficacy will be proven only after a particular job in terms of run length, substrate, number of colours," says...


Automated post-press can increase press efficiency

In a conversation with Noel D’Cunha, Martin Automatic’s vice president, sales & marketing, Gavin Rittmeyer says that there are many benefits to non-stop roll change,...


Labels: the first place of a brand's identity

Bruno Vermeulen, EMEA marketing director at Esko, tells Noel D’Cunha that considering the importance of labels, it is essential that printers nail much of what may...


The very big trend coming up is “fixed colour palette” printing, says Asahi's Dieter Niederstadt

The technical marketing manager at Asahi, in conversation with PrintWeek India's managing editor, Noel D'Cunha


Print can have all the fun!

The Awards Night on 7 October is here. The plan is to kickstart with a fun play which is about an exuberantly silly marriage proposal in which Offset Patel...


IndiaCorr Expo enters in its third edition

From 6-8 October, the IndiaCorr Expo–SinoCorrugated 2015, the exhibition and conference on corrugated case manufacturing industry will be hosted at the India Expo...


Labelexpo Europe 2015: Preview (Part 1)

The first of the three-part compilation of what’s new at 100+ stalls at Labelexpo Europe during 29 September - 2 October 2015, at Brussels Expo (with inputs from...

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?