Siddharth Kejriwal: To dream to grow big with old equipment is not easy

In the Rapid Fire series, PrintWeek questions the PrintWeek India Company of the Year head

27 Nov 2017 | By PrintWeek India

What is the greatest strength of your printing firm?
Customer–centric approach with a strong focus on quality.
Which living print person do you most admire? Why?
My father, Ramesh Kejriwal. I think his ability to visualise the future technology needs from the market standpoint is incredible.
Your favourite print conference?
Which print technology, according to you, is the future? Why?
Digital printing is the fastest print growing technology but the future will be hybrid machines. 
Which words or phrases or jargon you overuse?
On time delivery.
If you could change one thing about your printing plant, what would it be?
To replace all machines that are more than seven years old…
If you were to die and come back as a printing press or software, what would it be?
Ink, as whichever printing press or software you use there is no print without ink.
A technology or a thought process you think is a passé for 21st century press?
Today to dream to grow big with old equipment is not easy.
What is your favourite Made in India print brand?
The Times of India.
What do you most value in your customers?
What is your print motto?
Deliver consistent quality.