AGS, Manugraph, Sona and Skyscreen spur PWI Awards with sponsorship

09 June 2014

With the entries for PrintWeek India Awards being announced open, top manufacturers are extending category sponsorship across the 27 categories. The latest to ensure the Awards are the biggest and best in India are Sona Commercial, SkyScreen, AGS and Manugraph as sponsors for Fine Art Printer, Screen Printer, Brochure & Catalogue Printers and Newspaper Printer categories of the Awards.

20140609100133brochurepragatioffset PrintWeek India Awards 2013 Brochure Printer of the Year winner: Pragati Offset

Last month, Bobst and Welbound confirmed its sixth time sponsorship for the PrintWeek India Awards while Kala Jyothi agreed to being the official print partner. Bobst is the sponsor for FMCG Packaging Converter of the Year while Welbound are sponsor for two new categories in book publishing – Book Printer of the Year (Educational and Trade) and Book Printer of the Year (Specialty).

PrintWeek India Awards 2014, the sixth edition of the annual print hunt has expanded its scope with the revision and addition of categories in the Quality and Performance awards. This year’s edition will have 27 performance and quality categories.

Noel D’cunha, deputy editor, PrintWeek, said, “We want to create an exciting and targeted gamut of categories which will create interest among printer firms and provide a wider scope for participation.”

The new categories include Green Printing Company of the Year and SME Printing Company of the Year under the Performance Awards, and Cross-Media Company of the Year; Digital Photo Album Printer of the Year; Direct Mail Printer of the Year; and Industrial Product Printer of the Year under Quality Awards.

Contact Rushikesh Aravkar on 022 43025018 for information; or at rushikesh.aravkar@haymarket.co.in

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