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Few, but big Indian investments at China Print 2017

By Noel D'Cunha, Rahul Kumar,

19 May 2017

China Print 2017, held at Beijing, drew a large contingent of visitors, especially from Asia. A fine alternative to those who could not attend Drupa 2016, some visitors were there to buy, while...

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20 rare images about the history of print in Bombay

Printing came to Bombay in 1674 at the initiative of an Indian businessman. A hundred years later, the...

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The journey of PrintWeek India in 25 covers

There are two important aspects of creating magazine covers. The first is to attract a reader’s...

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24 best print samples from PrintWeek Studio

Every year, for the past eight years, the PrintWeek India Awards has set a benchmark for the finest in...

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We really like this pack...

The Godrej Protekt hand sanitiser is a spray pack. The compact-sized 30ml packaging easily slips into...

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Top installations from January to March in India

We have become accustomed to exceptionally high returns on new investments but some of the new...

The making of Sona's Aksharaya calendar

The Italy-based fine paper manufacturer Gruppo Cordenons and its Indian partner Sona Papers...

25 Drupa-launched digital presses that made an impact 12 months ago

It’s been a year since Drupa 2016. The show played a launch-pad for a host of digital printing...

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Latur and Nanded district: Planting the seeds for growth

Crops in India need a lot of care. But if you love to grow crops, you don’t mind working on it, and...

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The making of Sona's Aksharaya calendar

Sona Papers launched its 2017-18 calendar in a gala event in Mumbai on 22 March 2017. The calendar,...

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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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