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The PrintWeek team attended the five-day show, and the cover story of the June issue of PrintWeek highlights everything that took place at PrintPack 2022 —from the deals made to the machines unveiled.

May was the month of exhibitions, and the June issue of PrintWeek carries reports of the other industry exhibitions that took place in May.

The 15th edition of Paperex, an exhibition on paper, plup and the allied industries, took place on 10-13 May at India Expo Centre in Greater Noida. Keeping up with the trend of finding sustainable solutions to plastic waste, the highlight of the show was paper for different packaging needs, from mono cartons to paper straws.

The 48th edition of Media Expo, organised by Messe Frankfurt India, which took place at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Goregaon, Mumbai from 12-14 May 2022 highlighted the transition towards innovative, sustainable and eco-friendly advertising solutions.

In the Print Sector section, the June issue of PrintWeek profiles Kanpur-based Solar Press.

In the Technology section, Aultrin Vijay finds out how Kodak’s Sonora process-free plates are making an impression in India, and how print CEOs are going for the technology that has great savings over processed plates.

The cover story of WhatPackaging? supplement that comes with PrintWeek is ITC’s packaging portfolio with recyclable and compostable options. From recyclable laminates for coffee packaging to a recyclable solution to replace multilayer packaging for pulses, ITC’s Packaging and Printing Business has ramped up the sustainability index in its factories.

This and much more in the June issue of PrintWeek and WhatPackaging?















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