Have you received the March issue of PrintWeek?

By 20 Mar 2017

The latest edition of PrintWeek India is out. The cover story of March issue is the inauguration of Parksons Packaging’s new facility at Sri City on 24 February. An impressive show of strength, with this factory, Parksons will be a pan-India packaging company with a capability to convert 100,000 MT per annum in all its five factories.

The focus of the 72-page issue this month is on blanket – think before you buy your blanket because it can impact your business.

For printers and publishers, we bring you the highlights from the closed-door roundtable for book publishers and book print CEOs, which PrintWeek India organised in association with Welbound Worldwide and Henkel, in the sidelines of PrintPack India 2017 on 7 February.

Other highlights include a report by Priya Raju and Rekha Ratnam of PIMIR about the Indian print-packaging segment, which will be the fastest-growing segment, and Rushikesh Aravkar’s analysis what makes Roland’s TrueVis a lucrative buy for every wide-format print firm.

Rahul Kumar talks to four digital players during the 2017 edition of Garment Technology Expo and Arjun Dewan reports on the digital revolution during PrintPack India.

We also take a look at the making of Tactabet, a Braille-Tactile alphabet book project, published both in Hindi and English, by Braille lifestyle magazine White Print.

In Me & My section, Kunal Kadam of Pune’s Kadam Digital says the Digibook 450 PUR is apt for digital print firms seeking perfectly bound books with minimal wastage.

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