AGS partners with PrintWeek India for its 2017 Awards edition

By 07 Aug 2017

Advanced Graphic Systems (AGS) will present two PrintWeek India Awards categories – Brochure & Catalogue Printer of the Year Award and Innovative Printer of the Year Award at this year’s PrintWeek India Awards edition.

Vishnuu Kamat (l) presenting Brochure & Catalogue Printer of the Year Award 2016

Supporting PrintWeek India Awards for the eighth time in a row, Vishnuu Kamat, vice president for sales at Advanced Graphic Systems (AGS), said, “We are pleased to be supporting the PrintWeek India Awards by ways sponsorship of two categories. We have worked for over 20 years in the field of printing and packaging, and our core mission is to continuously meet and exceed our customers' expectations in terms of quality, perfection, trust and growth.”

Kamat added, “PrintWeek India’s focus towards recognising and promoting excellence in print is in line with our business approach and philosophy of driving high-quality service to every customer.”

AGS is one of the leaders in colour instrumentation and colour management, and the key market segments its represents are printing, packaging, large-format printing, publishing, screen printing, flexo and gravure printing, digital printing and ceramic printing.

In the printing business, Kamat explained, maintaining precision in colour is a constant requisite. “Therefore, we have to constantly drive innovation in our solutions through technology to keep pace with the evolving client requirements.”

AGS participates in national and international events, including the world’s biggest print exhibition, Drupa 2016.

“We believe in providing state-of-the-art products and solutions to our customers and in that endeavour we are on a constant lookout for adding new cutting edge products and upgrading our portfolio. Some of our top products contributing to the success were X-Rite, Tec4Check Print Inspection, Aoke sample maker,” said Kamat.



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