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Me & My - Horizon booklet maker SPF-200

Rajan PS of Kochi’s St Francis Press shares how the investment in Horizon’s automatic booklet maker saves two-third of time and manpower with increased productivity...

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Me & My - Ipv ProofCheck

Vasai’s Saroj Art Printers has been achieving a zero-defect leaflet output thanks to the Ipv ProofCheck, unravels Priya Raju in a conversation with the CEO Manoj...

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Me and My - Xerox Versant 3100 Press

Uma Mahesh spearheads Kochi-based Drisya Creations. She says, the 3100 will help expand Drisya’s client list from offset printers to corporate and advertising agencies...

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Me and My: NBG Star 30

Rajendra Krishnarao Sonawane, printer and publisher, Shrirang Prakashan, which publishes the Marathi daily Deshdoot, talks about the web offset printing press from...

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Me and My - HP Latex 1500

Rahim Umatia of Mumbai’s Keen Graphics says, “The back-to-back printability of the machine plus extensive print and media choices have earned client’s appreciation”...

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Me and My - Ricoh Pro C 9110

The Ricoh Pro C9110 has enabled us to print on a wide-range of substrates for different segments with a faster time to market, says Chitti Babu of Om Namassivaya...

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Me and My - Morgana Digibook PUR 450

The Digibook 450 PUR is apt for digital print firms seeking perfectly bound books with minimal wastage, says Kunal Kadam, the director of Pune’s Kadam Digital.

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Me & My - GMG Bundle Pack

Tushar Dhote, the chief managing director at Dhote Offset Technokrafts swears by this software’s consistency. Priya Raju finds out the reasons behind this trust....

Me & My: Shree Refrigerations Ecochill

Atul Kumar of Amar Ujala Publications says the chilling system from Shree Refrigerations is suitable for a newspaper production house like Amar Ujala, which employs...

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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?

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