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PrintPack 2017: Prakash Offset to launch Newslight 36

11 January 2017

Faridabad-based manufacturer of web offset presses Prakash Web Offset will launch its latest Newslight 36 during PrintPack India 2017. Incidentally, the company has booked the largest exhibition space in the show, 300 sq/m, and will be present at Hall 3/ B11 and 14/ G26-28.

copy-of-prakash-offset Saurabh Gupta, sales director, Prakash Offset during PrintPack India 2015

The five-day show, the world’s third largest exhibition for the graphic arts industry, has been scheduled from 4 to 8 February 2017 at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida.  

“Newslight 36 is our most ambitious product yet, designed to meet the present demand of newspaper houses with modern technology and quick changeovers,” Saurabh Gupta, sales director, Prakash Offset, said. “Its 36,000 copies/hour speed will help newspaper houses to produce multiple editions in a short span of time.”

Gupta said that in the last two year since PrintPack 2015, the company has invested more towards technology upgrade and adaptability. “Our products ranges help us to meet multiple demands of our customers in changing market,” he added.

The company has more than 1,500 installations globally.

Newslight 36 is a complete shaftless web offset printing press with full touchscreen control, automatic flying splicer, spray bar dampening system and automatic ink curves. “A newspaper printing facility can meet the challenges of shorter print runs and delivery time with Newslight 36, Gupta said, adding that with this machine, ROI is easy as it is economically priced.

Gupta said PrintPack India is a big part of the company’s marketing and education plan. “This is a platform where we display our latest developments, get feedback from the market and line up future developments,” he said.

Going ahead, Prakash is exploring and developing several new markets. “We hope to enter new markets and increase our share in the existing ones,” he added.

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