Picture Gallery: Replika 3.0: Celebrating the power of the printed book
11 Mar 2016
Replika can produce a beautiful book any which way. As one of the top publishers said: 4,000 pages, four-colour, four hardback volumes in less than ten days.
Replika’s expansion, which includes a new factory near its existing plant in Sonepat, with a floor space of more than 4,80,000 sq/ft
Books from Replika are being exported to five continents
How Replika copes with slow-moving inventories in this day and age, where publishers demand faster turnaround times (TAT)
Recently, Replika has invested in a Heidelberg CD 74 and Heidelberg 2/2 or 4/0 three months ago, as well as a Ryobi and a Canon Oce
The KBA press at the facility. The Replika Book Factory boasts of a raft of presses
The SpectroPlate can precisely read any screen size and screen technology
Book-printing powerhouse Replika Press organised a grand Open House, called "Revisiting the Book of Life" in February 2016, which saw a gathering of the who's who of the publishing fraternity, from India and abroad. Some of the best known names in publishing spent time at the new book factory in Sonepat, with a floor space of more than 4,80,000 sq/ft.
The Picture Gallery celebrates the new facility which has a separate space for hardcover and soft cover books. In addition, the company has invested in a Heidelberg CD 74 and Heidelberg 2/2 or 4/0 three months ago, as well as a Ryobi and a Canon Oce