SinoCorrugated’s Alex Wang: “The show will be a global trading platform for domestic as well as international suppliers and buyers”

PrintWeek India speaks to Alex Wang, the general manager of converting project, at Reed Exhibitions Greater China, about the history behind SinoCorrugated, the milestones...


What ails a typical family-run business in India? - The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column

Many print businesses, particularly those run by powerful patriarchs defer succession planning till the nth hour. This leads to an emergency, which may cause the...


Overview of printing in India 1556-2015

Books are loaded vehicles of knowledge, an unavoidable tool of education and documentation of culture and civilization. Thus, books have a great social role to play...


Bapurao Naik: Scholar extraordinaire in typography and printing

On 3 March 2018, as a part of Typography Day, an international conference was hosted at the convocation hall, Mumbai University, by the Sir JJ Institute of Applied...


Product of the Month: AccurioPress C6100/C6085

Konica Minolta has made inroads in B- and C-tier cities with the new 85ppm and 100pmm colour production printers that can handle substrates up to 400gsm, reports...


Fire insurance - All you need to know

In the past few months, there has been a surge in the number of fire incidents, be it at Kamala Mills and Adhyaru Estate in Mumbai or the recent fire at a printing...


Fire in Pune factory raises the burning question: are you prepared

Two persons perished in a fire that broke out in a factory in Maharashtra's Pune at 3 am on Wednesday. The printing press situated in Shivajinagar area...


How children’s books are exploring new themes

By being selective in what they write and publish, and what they don’t, authors and publishers play a major role in moulding and sculpting the new generation. Therefore,...


For children and reading

Children’s literature has finally come out of the woods. Gone are the days when a story would begin with ‘once upon a time…’ and end with a ‘moral’. Today, children’s...


Literature for the invisible children

While children’s literature has somehow managed to deal with the struggle between instruction and entertainment while narrating a story, it still has a long way...

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