Prints Hub fortifies Delhi unit with SM 72

By 22 Jun 2016

New Delhi-based The Prints Hub has opted for a Heidelberg Speedmaster 72 F+L to fortify its printing process. The pre-owned Heidelberg was installed at the Prints Hub’s workspace in New Delhi facility in February 2016., Business

Aggarwal with Speedmaster 72
Talking to PrintWeek India about the reasons behind investing in a Speedmaster 72 (SM 72), Gopal Aggarwal, owner of The Prints Hub said, “The purpose behind choosing a SM 72 was the edge it provides in terms of speed and efficiency. In commercial printing high output quality is a prerequisite and the SM 72 does just that, it is a valuable addition to our print arsenal.”
“Another factor which adds to the Speedmaster’s qualities is the online coater, which makes it the perfect companion for us. We are into customised commercial printing and the SM 72 has been a great asset in our pursuit to ensure quality printing for our customers”, said Aggarwal.
When asked about their most innovative job on the SM 72, Aggarwal said, “We were able to take an unprecedented approach on brochures when we used the Heidelberg to print a real estate project brochure for Realistic Realtor on RSW with a velvet cover and gold plated name.”
Established in 2005, The Prints Hub is a complete in-house printing service company, encompassing all aspects of print solutions from pre-press through fulfillment. The printing unit in Gurgaon is equipped with complete digital and screen printing setup to cater short print runs, while the Delhi unit has a complete offset and binding setup.
The Prints Hub undertakes all types of customised commercial printing jobs including brochures, catalogue, coffee table books, posters, banners, trophies, business cards, envelopes, etc.



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