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Muralidhar Nalli: Revival of print through packaging

13 June 2018

Muralidhar Nalli of Techno Graphic Services (TGS) India is of the opinion that when the world is moving towards digitalisation there has been an escalation in the number of packaging units in smaller cities that will resurrect printing

nalli Muralidhar Nalli of Techno Graphic Services India

Technology is changing constantly and it’s been hard to keep up with it. Everything that is getting digitalised is substituting print media. There is increased interest in e-book formats, which are becoming a popular substitute for printed books and publications. Digital advertisements are also affecting printing revenues and resulting in increased unemployment.

This isn’t the case when it comes to packaging. The increase in the number of packaging units is a solid proof of its growth. We have been in the print market for more than two decades. Pragati Offset, Parksons Packaging, TCPL, Canpackers, Premier Printers which are reputed names in the Indian print industry have bought machines from us.  

We have tied up with many renowned machine manufacturers across world such as SBL, Wen Chyuan, Goldentec, Chen Chin and Iron Works. This year we are increasingly focused on die-cutting machines and offset sheetfed machines as they have a huge potential with the increasing packaging units across India.

We feel there is a vast potential in smaller cities as new business horizons are opening up with increasing work potentials as firms are moving away from metropolitans for cost cuttings. Moreover, economic growth is booming at a high pace in these regions. Add to that large investment by international players as a result of globalisation.

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