“The idea behind releasing this app is to reach maximum number of printers. Nowadays, due to pandemic, the industry is not working properly and many of units are observing WFH. In such conditions it is essential to remain in touch and this app can serve this purpose to some extent,” Parveen Aggarwal, president, OPA said, explaining the purpose of app.
The OPA has also refabricated its website (https://opaindia.in) making it more user-friendly and with the inclusion of many unique features for the benefit of the printers, print students, engineers and mechanics in printing and packaging and spare part suppliers.
Earlier, launching the app, Kamal Chopra said, “The OPA India app is a great help to the printing sector. The information and required details are available at your fingertips on your phone/tab all the time. This is the time to remain in touch with each other and share our challenges and requirements. The OPA app can serve not only the business but also social responsibilities.”