Jaipur’s Premier Printing Press invest in multiple machines

By 19 Mar 2014

Jaipur’s commercial printing company, Premier Printing Press, has invested in several machines to strengthen its position as a one-stop solution provider.


To complete its pre-press setup, the company recently installed a new Viostar FA8 Platesetter from Technova and a Glunz & Jensen raptor processor. For providing digital printing solution and cater to the short-run jobs, the company has invested in a Konica Minolta C 6000 digital production printing press.

The post-press department of the company too was fit with a new folding and glue binding machine which would help Premier complete its promise of being an end-to-end service provider to its clients.
Commenting over the investment, Anoop Mor, director, Premier Printing Press, said, “Today, the customers do not want to visit different companies to get their jobs done. We have always focused on providing a solution to the customer rather than just offer partial services. The investment is part of our long standing commitment in making Premier stand up to its name and reputation built over the years.”

Premier Printing Press was founded by Ram Swaroop Mor in 1976. His entrepreneurial spirit and zeal propelled him from a regular job to a journey as a first generation entrepreneur by starting Premier Press with letter press printing. Anoop joined his father joined his father’s venture in 2010. Since then, he has been heading the marketing and sales arm of the company. The company, today, has two units in Jaipur; one each in Sodala and Heerawalan Industrial Area in Konota.



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