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Paras Offset targets 25% annual growth with new printing plant in Kundli

04 July 2012

New Delhi-based Paras Offset has geared up its operation in a new 80,000 sq/ft printing plant in Kundli, Haryana, with the aim of achieving 25% annual growth.

ltorvinaypraveenanddharamjain The Jains of Paras Offset

The new facility at Kundli has an installed capacity of over 60,000 books per day from which around 20% output is exported to USA, UK, Germany and other European countries.

With over 24 printing units – 10 more printing units are in the pipeline – the company is planning for a major digital and offset expansion.

The commercial and book printing company provides its services to clients like Coca Cola, Samsung, LG, Tata, Maruti and several Indian and foreign publishers.

"Through the years, we have constantly evolved with changing client needs and we view the new Kundli plant as yet another leap to better service our customers", said Dharam Vir Jain, director of the print company. Jain is assisted by his brothers Praveen Sagar and Vinay Kumar in managing the firm.

The company was established by Jain’s father Muni Lal under the name, Parshva Offset Press in Sadar Bazar, New Delhi.

Jain reminisced, “In 1968, the era of letterpresses, we installed a 13x19-inches Romayor offset press, one of the firsts in northern India.  In 1981, we bought a new Dominant press and in 1998, we revamped our pre-press room at Naraina plant with new equipment.”

Jain’s son, Adi, the third generation, has joined the Paras team, after spending a decade in USA taking training at international printing facilities. “After Adi joined, we are more capable and technologically advanced, and we will achieve our target of Rs 50-crore turnover in the next three years,” informed Jain.

“We have plans to enter the labels and paper and paper board packaging business because of the annual growth of packaging is quite interesting as compare to commercial and books. According to us the packaging is growing at 20-25%, while commercial and books are growing at 10% growth rates,” concluded Jain.
 

Paras Offset's plant in Kundli, Haryana

 

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