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JK Offset bolsters production with Komori Enthrone 29

20 March 2013

Established in 2000, Delhi-based JK Offset Graphics has opted for a new four-colour Komori Enthrone 29 to meet the increased production demand and fast delivery.

jinendrajainwithhisnewkomori Jinendra Jain with his new Komori

Jinendra K. Jain, owner, JK Offset Graphics, said, “Our prior experience with Komori presses aided our investment decision. It also fulfilled our ecpectations, especially fast production. We have printed more than 1.5 crore prints within couple of months. The price of the machine was also economical which further served as a reason to invest in it.”

“Being a book and commercial printer, a four-colour printing press is sufficient for us,” he added.

A printing technologist from the Northern Regional Institute of Printing Technology, Allahabad, Jain started JK Offset with a single-colour Dominant printing press.

Speaking to PrintWeek India, Jain also shared his worries over print production cost and returns.

Jain said, “We are working on the similar prices from last ten years, so fast and high volume production are the keys areas that can cover the huge investment.” 

The pre-press facility of the company produces around 200 PS plates per day to feed 15 printing units, which converts more than one lakh sheets of 20x30-inch size in its round-the-clock operations.

Around 60 people work at the 10,000 sq/ft print facility which majorly concentrates on book publishers and few corporate clients.

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