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<i>PrintWeek India</i> June issue
In this issue, our cover page profile is about the Indians signing deals during the second half of Drupa. KBA, the Indian representative, Indo Polygraph Machinery had sold six machines, Pragati Offset has booked, SBL 1050, an automatic foil stamping machine from Taiwan-based SBL Group. One of the largest Malayalam language newspapers Mathrubhumi from Kerala has signed for 20 Krause LS Performance 250 violet platesetters with BlueFin processors and Krause JetNet workflow, while Sakal, the Maharashtra’s newspaper and commercial group in India gets a KBA and Bobst boost.
Inside the June edition, read about the author, book collector, college professor, historian, technology expert, Frank Romano in conversation with Darryl Danielli, editor at PrintWeek in UK.
From Dusseldorf, Noel D'Cunha and Rushikesh Aravkar of PrintWeek India, reported lived from Drupa showground, as Indians loosen their purse strings, and invested in the new kit that aims to boost and profitability and the top quotes from the show.
Also, read a full fledged report by Dibyajyoti Sarma and Rahul Kumar on the trends of rigid boxes that has gripped the packaging market.
Other features to look out for in the issue are Manesar: dreaming of a print hub, workflows for print and packaging, and Utility Forms and the art of security print.