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Pragati shows off India’s first Miyakoshi intermittent offset label press

Hyderabad-based Pragati Pack unveiled India’s first Miyakoshi intermittent offset label press, which will allow the company to leverage its offset printing expertise...


Haver & Boecker and Windmoller & Holscher introduces joint company Aventus

Haver & Boecker and Windmoller & Holscher presented a new joint venture Aventus at the Achema Trade Fair on 12 June 2018. Aventus is specialised on solutions for...


AGS ventures into corrugation industry with SHCC partnership

Mumbai-based Advanced Graphic Systems (AGS) has struck a deal with Shanghai-based ChaoChang Techpack Machinery (SHCC) to provide computerised flexo printer, slotter,...


Muralidhar Nalli: Revival of print through packaging

Muralidhar Nalli of Techno Graphic Services (TGS) India is of the opinion that when the world is moving towards digitalisation there has been an escalation in the...


Rajesh Agarwal: Rapid growth in liquid packaging at 22%

Rajesh Agarwal of SRK Technologies is swift at adapting to the changing market trends and gives a lowdown about his company’s positioning in the current scenario...


Covestro to digitalise operations continuously

With a comprehensive programme, Covestro is driving digitalisation forward in operations. The materials manufacturer is collecting and analyzing production data...


Inspirational innovation sets the tone at Finat’s Label competition

The aesthetic appeal of Multi-Color Corporation North America Wines & Spirits’ Sidewinder Spirits label helped it achieve the accolade of Best in Show at the 2018...


W&H joins Ceflex to promote circular economy in flexible packaging

The European initiative Ceflex aims to improve the contribution of flexible packaging to the circular economy. The aim is to find better system design solutions...


Successful Print4All for Koenig & Bauer

Koenig & Bauer has a successful showing at Print4All, the latest addition to the exhibitions catering to the printing world, which was held in Milan, Italy from...


​​Indian government committed to ban plastic by 2022

The Indian government has pledged to ban all single-use plastics by 2022 on 5 June during a World Environment Day summit hosted by the Indian prime minister, Narendra...

Latest Poll

PM Modi and the Government has vowed that India will abolish all single-use plastic by 2022. Technically, flexible laminates, tapes, labels, shrink films also are single-use plastics. Is this a viable course of action?