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Tech gyaan on green initiatives

A number of Indian printing firms say that they are the ultimate green printing company. So which Indian printing company is the greenest? Is it the...


Face to Face: Roger Pellow

With LabelExpo India 2012 from 29 October to 1 November, Mihir Joshi caught up with Roger Pellow, managing director of Labelexpo and asked him what visitors could...


Tech gyaan on PUR

PUR is making waves in the Indian book segment. Judging the significance of PUR technology in India, PrintWeek India introduced a new Award category for PUR Book...


Six things I learnt from the print samples at the PrintWeek India Awards

At the fourth edition of the Awards; one thing is clear: Indian print firms are getting better at designing, printing and marketing. The linkage between new innovations...


‘Those who offer something different will be the winners’

At a post-Drupa PrintWeek event, industry guru Frank Romano discussed the web, diversification and newspapers’ futures. Here are his key points.


Times of India: edgeways at work in its Pune plant

The team from PWI visited the ToI plant in Pune and finds the dexterous new kit has not only been a saving proposition but also potentially opened up significant...


Bobst India appoints Deglurkar as the new president

Noel D'cunha, deputy editor, PrintWeek India speaks to Upendra Deglurkar, president and LE head at Bobst India about his new role in the company.


Education ushers a change in Chennai

Sriraam Selvam takes a good hard look at the recent reforms in the educational system in Tamil Nadu – and whether the change in syllabus has impacted the book production...


India: Book laboratory of the world

The Indian print industry is clocking $21 billion in 2011, a growth of 73%. This along with $8 billion per annum budgetary support for education will boost the book...


IRS Q1 2012: Five talking points

As readership numbers look sluggish, publishers are at a cross-road. PrintWeek India tries to make sense of the behind the scene action in the print media arena....

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