Q: What is your idea of a perfect print firm in India?
One that combines strong ethics, a high degree of innovation, a well-trained staff with a right attitude, and machinery that provides a wide range of possibilities.
Q: What is the trickiest colour you had to print?
Certain pantone shades tend to vary depending on atmospheric conditions. Matching them to batches printed previously can become tedious at times.
Q: What is your favourite print joke?
Q: 3D printers are now printing guns?
A: That’s nothing, I’ve had a canon printer for years.
Q: What is the greatest strength of your printing firm?
Our sense of unity and our common goal of always delivering the best product possible.
Q: Which print job or project made you the happiest?
We printed over 20,000 personalised annual diaries for an MNC. Apart from printing, we also dispatched these diaries across India within a short period.
Q: What do you most value in your customers?
Loyalty and a sense of respect for the printer.
Q: If you could change one thing about your printing plant, what would it be?
Space constraints with respect to working within city limits.
Q: Which living print person do you admire most?
My father. I feel blessed to witness his knowledge and understanding of the industry.
Q: Your favourite print conference?
Print Summit, which is held in Mumbai every year. The diversity and experience of all the speakers is a pleasure to listen to.
Q: Which print technology is the future?
The future belongs to either nanographic technology or a derivative of it. A hybrid combination that combines the speed and quality of offset and the variability of digital.