JRD Printpack invests in Esko’s packaging workflow

01 July 2016

JRD Printpack with an aim to increase the efficiency of its carton printing and converting has invested in Esko’s packaging workflow software including ArtiosCAD, DeskPack and Studio designer.

janhavi-rasiklal-shariwal-jdr Janhavi Rasiklal Dhariwal of JRD Printpack

Janhavi Rasiklal Dhariwal, managing director and Amit Dhariwal, director of JRD Printpack said, “With a vision to accommodate the amendments for clients we went ahead with ArtiosCAD, DeskPack, and Studio designer 3D to accelerate the savings, reliability as well as the flexibility in the production workflow.”

The DeskPack offers pre-press functions such as the addition of barcodes, trapping, and imposition. Using quality control filters it can inspect and pre-flight files before they imaged on a plate and save costly errors on the press.

Whereas, Esko’s Studio designer 3D software enables the creation of stirring 3D visuals from PDF files and is used to check and eliminate costly mistakes before making printing plates, embossing dies or spot varnish blankets.

Talking about the ArtiosCAD software, Amit Dhariwal said, “I believe the ArtiosCAD software can meet the demands of both cartons and commercial printing.”

Janhavi Dhariwal said, “With Esko’s tools our intention is to convey that we have something unique, which will help us in providing better services compared to what customers are getting in the market.”

“We also want to aid our customers as a packaging design company as well as a converter. With Esko’s software solutions we have the edge to target brand owners without errors,” concluded Dhariwal.

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