Nitin Khandelwal: Our brand is known for its premium quality multi-colour printing

By 17 Jun 2020

Based in Kota, Rajasthan, Chambal Graphics and Printers started its business with graphic designing. The company produces educational materials, board packaging, stationeries such as brochure, fliers and catalogue, and invitation cards to name a few.

Nitin Khandelwal of Chambal Graphics and Printers, Kota

Q: How did you stay in touch with your staff during the lockdown?
We have more than 20 staff members. During the lockdown, we get in touch regularly through video and voice conference and conduct group discussion between management and sales team as well as the designing team.

Q: Describe the work your firm does
Presently, we are printing educational material and board packaging, advertisement materials, and invitation cards. We are also well educated about designing software and the taste of our precious customers. So our firm manages to attract market of corporates and all major coaching institutes of Kota region. We also provide complete solution to our customers from making artwork to end product, which includes individual commercial photography, write-ups, themes, reviews and consultancy for marketing of product.

Q: One top job that built your reputation...
We engage in great number of printing jobs. Our brand is known for its premium quality multi-colour printing. As Kota is based on industry and coaching, we produce books and provide packing boxes.

Q: One compliment from a customer...
Our customers are from industries such as coaching, manufacturing, FMCH, construction, garment and pharma. One of the notable compliments came from Nawal Maheshwari, director at Career Point, Kota, for our premium quality job in a nominal price bracket. We do printing jobs with more than satisfactory quality and service to our clients.

Which territories do you serve?
We serve clients within 300-km radius from Kota. Most of our territories are in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh Which type of markets do you serve?
Commercial jobs, packaging for food industries, garment industries, medical industries, and books printing. Our next target market is corrugation.

What equipment do you run?
Brand new four-colour RMGT 790ST-4XL (23x31), Autoprint, Akiyama single-colour - four units, spot UV, thermal/cold lamination, die cutting, foil/block printing, flex printing, glue binding, screen printing thread sewing any many more small machines.

The first kit you will invest in 2020/2021...
Drip-off UV system and corrugation plant.

What’s the USP of your factory operations?
Building customer relation by providing more services with higher quality job to our customers, reduced production cost, specific focus on customer brand/ activity for better result of product, and developing better designing team. Something out-of-the box that print can do, which could benefit the planet R&D on reusable paper for making alternate of use-and-throw plastic disposables.

Your proudest achievement...
Customer satisfaction and dedicated team for making premium quality products.

Where do you see print in your city in five years’ time?
Firstly, Kota is known as an industrial and educational city. Our growth depends on the city’s development. After lockdown, I hope that more new industries will come and we will print huge number of printed products for industries. In the near future, we want a big hub of publication books in Kota city.

Trivia Time

One trivia about Kota’s history...
Kota is well-known for education and it’s an industrial city. Kota is situated close to Chambal river, and the city was once the part of the erstwhile Rajput kingdom of Bundi. The Mathuradheesh Temple in Kota belongs to Pushti Marg, a Vaishnava sect founded by Shri Vallabhacharya. The idol of Krishna housed here was brought from the Karnaval village near Mathura.

Khandelwal’s favourite song during the lockdown....
Ek din bik jayega mati ke mol and Jindagi ki yahi reet hai...

 

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