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Volume X Issue 7

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Articles in This Issue

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"I want to see IPP grow three times"

Amila Singhvi is the managing director of International Print-o-Pac (IPP), the PrintWeek India's Company of the Year 2010. Singhvi has been at the helm of the industry for over two decades now. Last year, IPP recorded revenue of Rs 250-crore and expects to double the turnover in two year's time. Singhvi tells Ramu Ramanathan why she is bullish about packaging and book printing and looking at "adding another IPP plant, soon"

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Ravi Shroff: "Let's settle the book debate"

Ravi Shroff talks about how he lived his dream of creating the Nutech book project for six years.

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Crosograph die-cutter and foil stamping machine

This Indian die-cutter and foil stamping kit has created a reputation for itself, among its print producing customers, discovers Sachin Shardul

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Amila Singhvi to present the IPP growth strategy at Print Summit

Amila Singhvi is the managing director of International Print-o-Pac (IPP), the PrintWeek India's Company of the Year 2010. Singhvi has been at the helm of the industry for over two decades now. Last year, IPP recorded revenue of Rs 250-crore.

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