20 April 2012, Vol IV Issue 13


Articles in This Issue


"We push for leadership in each silo,” says Gautham Pai of Manipal Technologies

Gautham Pai talks to Ramu Ramanathan about how a $5 million family-run printing business in 1998 has transformed to a $500 million well-diversified print services and business solutions organisation


Striking the market: the Ricoh way

Managing director and CEO at Ricoh India, Tetsuya Takano speaks to Noel D’cunha on how despite a drop in Ricoh’s sales worldwide, Ricoh India has enjoyed overwhelming success in the Indian market


Reynders India: Print buyers ready to pay a price

Rahul Kumar spends a day at Reynders and compares it’s Indian operations to its seven factories in Europe; and discovers the company is bullish about the future of pharma labels and specialised labels


TPH X-CEL 36000

Indian-made X-CEL-36000 from The Printers House factory in Faridabad is an economical, robust and easy-to-use printing press that fulfils the all demands of web offset printing, says Rahul Kumar


Cron X Plus CtCP

Dhote Offset opted for a Cron platesetter because it copes with a 16-hour schedule and produces 25,000 sq/metres pa. Sachin Shardul reports


Ricoh Pro C751 series

The mid-production press incorporates key features from the Ricoh C901 series that gives this press an edge and more flexibility, reports Noel D’cunha

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