Post-Press Company Of The Year 2012

By 28 Aug 2012

The Post-Press Company Of The Year Award goes to...

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Replika Press (Kundli)

Tel: 91-130-2219044-45-46 / info@replikapress.com

Replika Press makes it two in two in a tough category which had International Print-o-Pac, Manipal Technologies and Parksons Graphics make it to the final shortlist. But the Kundli-based Replika bagged the Post-Press Company of the Year in 2012; as they did in 2011 when they entered for the first time.

The company is planning to diversify in to digital printing for short-run jobs and further automate its post-press to ensure faster production. Today, the firm has two dedicated printing plants capable of producing 1.2 billion books a year. The company is powered by a staff of around 500 people. Replika Press aggregates about 80% of its work from its export clientele serving the who’s who of the internationally publishing fratenity. This translates into 2,500 titles per year ranging from medical, scientific, technical, cook books and coffee table books.

Replika Press is an ISO 9001:2008, FSC, SMETA/Prelims and BSCI social audit accredited, SAP ERP compliant and 100% export oriented unit (EOU) company. Today, the firm which is capable of producing 1.15 lakh books (50k hard cover and 65k soft cover) per day with the achieved turnover of Rs 88 cr last year, is expecting a buoyant 25% growth for 2012. The net worth and fixed asset has gone up by 11.81% and 18.27% respectively. And the current ratio for 2012 is 2.37:1.

Commended      

International Print-o-Pac (Noida)
Manipal Technologies (Manipal)
Parksons Graphics (Mumbai)


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