January 2022 issue of PrintWeek out

By 14 Jan 2022

Looking ahead to the New Year, especially after the pandemic years preceding it, the cover story of the January issue of PrintWeek features a series of interviews with global CEOs, asking, ‘what’s at stake in 2022 and what do we do about it.’

The CEOs include Joe Kline of Baldwin; Jeff Jacobson of EFI; Yasunori Ogawa of Seiko Epson; Haruto Iwata of Fujifilm; Robert Weihing of GMG; Rainer Hundsdorfer of Heidelberg; Satoshi Mochida of Komori; Brad Wills of MacDermid; Rafael Penuela of Manroland; Jason Desai of Mark Andy; Rick Michelman of Michelman; Erwin van Rossem of QIPC; Katsushi Hirokawa of RMGT; Eli Grinberg of Scodix; Christian Burattini of V-Shapes; and Peter Steinbeck of Windmoller & Holscher.

In other features, PrintWeek profiles Quarterfold, which, within a span of eight years, is now one of the youngest and most enterprising book presses in India. “With continuous investments in production sources, our main focus has always been in the education sector, both in Africa and India,” says founder and CEO Nilesh Dhankani.

Despite the Omicron threat, DIC India is still eager to outline its plans for its future journeys. In Big Interview, DIC India’s managing director Manish Bhatia discusses how DIC India navigated through the Covid-19 challenges and managed growth.  

In the issue, PrintWeek pays homage to R Chockalingam of Srinivas Fine Art, one of the industry’s leading lights in high-end book production and the person who put print from Sivakasi on the world map, died on 9 December at 6.30 pm.

These and the regular features and more in the January 2022 issue of PrintWeek.


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