Print Buying


Parksons inks Heidelberg's biggest Drupa deal for India

Heidelberg India have signed their biggest ever Drupa order with Parksons Packaging.


Kodak India books double-digit CTP units at Drupa

Mumbai-based Supriya Graphics has signed a deal for Kodak Achieve four-up CTP. The news from a very impressive looking Kodak stall has been, “double digit CTP units...


A Titan for Mumbai's ACG Pharmapack

Mumbai-based ACG Pharmapack has signed a deal with Atlas Converting for the latest generation of the Titan SR800 slitter-rewinder., Business


Noida-based Nutech Packagings buys India’s first Scodix E106

Noida-based Nutech Packagings, headed by Jatinder Shroff, has signed a deal with Monotech Systems to buy the Drupa-launched Scodix E106, India’s first., Business...


Kolkata's Creative Polypack opts for Comexi F2 MB

The flexible packaging converter based out of Kolkata, Creative Polypack has invested in a Comexi F2 MB flexo press at Drupa 2016. , Business


Top 20 tweets at Drupa

Drupa is in its eighth day and is providing printers a great opportunity to network with paramount print personalities from across the globe. Twitter is full of...


EFI and Esko announce collaboration at Drupa

EFI and Esko announced that they have signed a letter of intent to bring a combined workflow solution to market that will enable companies to produce packaging with...


Imagico rolls out low migration UV flexo dispersions

Imagico (3-B70), the Indian colourant and pigment dispersion manufacturer, has introduced Imagiflex low migration range of dispersions that can be used by ink makers...


Sodhisons inks three deals at Drupa

Kundli-based Sodhisons Mechanical Works has inked three deals for Zhengrun rigid box manufacturing machines in Drupa 2016. Sodhisons is the Indian representative...


Perfecta marks 120th year with new kits, deals

The German paper cutting specialist marked its 120th year with the introduction of two new machines to its PremiumLine series as well a new EcoLine Series. At the...

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