PrintWeek India Awards 2016 Shortlist: Digital dominance

03 October 2016

Today, digital printing is legitimate, and in some cases indispensible. Consider Photo Albums, for example. The samples we received in this category for PrintWeek India Awards 2016 were sheer magic, and it could not have been possible without the prowess the digital technology affords. On the third day of the Jury Week, the experts, accompanied by Priya Raju of PrintWeek India, took a close look at the best of digital printing in India, in three categories -- Brochure & Catalogue Printer of the Year, Digital Photo Album Printer of the Year and Digital Printer of the Year. Each sample was the glorious testimony what an idea marriage of imagination and technology can achieve. The shortlisted print firms perhaps had something more – the X factor? The following are the shortlisted print firms.


The Shortlist (in alphabetical order)

Brochure & Catalogue Printer of the Year

Akruti Offset

Almats Branding Solutions

CDC Printers

Jak Printers

Pragati Offset

Progressive Printing Press

Silverpoint Press

Tholasi Prints

Thomson Press

Unik Printers

Vishwakala Printers

Category Sponsor


Digital Photo Album Printer of the Year

Capital Color Lab

Klick Digital Press

Mazda Imaging

Sri Sivarama Digital Press (Printonica)

Thomson Press (I)

Category Sponsor 


Digital Printer of the Year

Avantika Printers

Chanakya Mudrak

Comart Lithographers

Pragati Pack

PrintStop India

Silverpoint Press

Replika Press

Universal Print Systems (The Manipal Group)

Category Sponsor


Winners will be announced on 4 November at the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai. To know who takes home the prism, book your seats with Monica Rohra: monica@haymarket.co.in / 022 2378 7402.

Kudos to all the shortlisted companies.

May the best print job win!

Please nb: Due to lack of minimum number of print entries, the Jury Members felt there should be no Awards in three categories. These are: Creative Repro Company of the Year, Cross Media Company of the Year and Direct Mail Printer of the Year.

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