Before getting the machine, the company used to outsource the conventional process of foiling and UV and Singhania said he was not satisfied with the results.
Singhania started the company in 2000. An engineer in printing technology, in the early stage of his career, he was associated with Repro India as an employee. “I started the company with an imagesetter and slowly, we expanded into digital printing. We are the first company to introduce a digital production printer in the graphic arts market in Nagpur.”
Today, the company services commercial printers, advertisers, short-run print jobs, corporate customers, and real estate, among others.
Singhania said he feels positive about the digital printing market as it is growing at a good pace without any major challenges. “Especially, post-Covid, there has been an increase in demand for digital printing,” he said.
Beside the Jetvarnish, the company shopfloor boasts CTP, digital printing machine, flatbed plotter-cutter, and Komori Lithrone four-colour and Komori Lithrone five-colour presses.
Singhania said as the company is in pre-press and digital technology for the last 20 years, it did not face any technical challenge in the running of the Jetvarnish. “With this installation, we are able to keep our commitments both in quality and service. Earlier, we used to depend on screen and conventional foiling which was outsourced,” he said.
Now, the company is expecting 30 to 40% of growth in business. “Konica Minolta is helping us in service support and marketing for achieving our ROI,” he concluded.