With this new investment, the company expects its annual turnover to exceed Rs 10-crore. “This will reflect a targeted year-on-year growth of 15-20%,” said Prasad Kumar, director at Maya Printers.
Kumar with his brother, Ajaya Kumar, runs the family-run enterprise, whose 80% of the business revolves around commercial printing.
“We maintain about 50 plus repeat customers, thanks to quality output, timely delivery and competitive pricing. We help drive value by passing on the savings to customers and, in turn, they keep coming back to us,” added Prasad. “In this sense, the CD 102 is a perfect fit to our requirement.”
The new CD 102 press is a 70x100 format series machine, which can handle a range of substrates from 0.03-millimetre paper to 1-mm thick cardboard and production speed of 15,000 sheets per hour.
Kumar said, “Good Infrastructure is a key to our business. Upgrades to new technologies is an absolute need if you want to succeed. We embarked on our journey to success, when we bought our first brand new Speedmaster PM 74 four-colour press from Heidelberg, long back.”
Today, the company’s arsenal includes Polar 92X programmable cutter, and Stahl folding machine, Suprasetter A75 CTP with Prinect workflow software from Heidelberg.
“Speedmaster CD 102’s print format, production speed and alcolor dampening features give us a strong edge over the competition. Moreover, the press can be upgraded to include the UV Printing option. We are second-time buyers, and will keep coming back for more,” concluded Kumar.
According to Heidelberg, Nice Prints in Bengaluru has ordered a four-colour CD 102 press, which will be installed by the end of January 2016.