"Newspapers are not a sunset industry in India," says Jacob Mathew of Malayala Manorama

Jacob Mathew, executive editor and publisher at Malayala Manorama and president of Wan-Ifra, the first Indian to hold this position talks to Ramu Ramanathan about...


ITC launches biodegradable paper and paperboard laminates

ITC PSPD, a Paperboard and Specialty Papers division of ITC has developed a new series of paper and paperboard laminates with applications in flexible packaging,...


Programming-based hydraulic cutting machine from Paperbind makes it debut

Paper Idea has announced the launch of its Paperbind hydraulic programmable cutting machines, the Pressure Cut series.


Newspapers: still making profits

Ramu Ramanathan investigates whether newspapers continue to remain an advertising power base and how Indian publishers are convincingly creating better opportunities...

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...


EFI joins the Verdigris environmental project

EFI, a specialist in end-to-end digital print products, solutions and workflows, is supporting the Verdigris environmental initiative as an associate member.


Open house at Renault Paper Products by Weldon and Omet

Weldon Celloplast and Omet jointly conducted an open house to demonstrate the new 10-colour full UV and all Servo Omet X-Flex narrow web flexo press installed at...


Six Stitch Star machines at Sakshi newspaper

Sakshi has installed six Stitch Star machines at the Vijaywada plant in Andhra Pradesh.


West Coast ups paper capacity with a Rs 1,500 cr investment

Karnataka-based The West Coast Paper Mills has expanded their production capacity by five times since their massive expansion effort from May 2010.


International Paper announces entry into India, agrees to purchase shares of Andhra Pradesh Paper Mills

USA- based International Paper (IP) has announced an agreement with Kolkata-based Bangur Group, to purchase about 53.5% of the outstanding shares of Andhra Pradesh...

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?