Rohit Jain: We are known for our quality and time-assured printing

Based out of Patna, Bihar, Offsetters India focuses on commercial printing and also caters to some of the known government and non-government agencies. The company’s success mantra, “Perfection, precision and printing par excellence.”

17 Jun 2020 | By PrintWeek Team

Rohit Jain of Offsetters India, Patna

Q: How did you stay in touch with your staff during the lockdown?
We have around 30 staff members. During lockdown, the entire team worked as per recommendations of the state health department, Bihar.

Q: Describe the work your firm does.
Commercial printing.

Q: One top job that built your reputation...
It is not possible to mention only one job. We have continuously connected with the state health departments and Unicef. We are working with the health sectors for a number of jobs, which are selfexplanatory about the quality.

Q: What’s your typical customer?
Government of Bihar and other NGOs such as Unicef, Bihar State Aids Control Society, and Jeevika.

Q: Which territories do you serve?
Bihar and Jharkhand.

Q: Which type of markets do you serve?
Government and other private sectors.

Q: What equipment do you run?
Imagesetters, Platesetters, Digital Printers for prepreess; sheetfed – RMGT 940, ADAST 846A, Weboffset - Webking presses; and Gatherer, Flow-lines, three knife trimmers, programmable cutting machines, lamination for post-press.

Q: What’s the USP of your factory operations?
We are known for our quality and time-assured printing.

Q: Something out-of-the box that print can do, which could benefit the planet...
Trying to maintain the environment.

Q: Your proudest achievement...
Worked with Bihar government and health sectors – confidential and high quality jobs done within short time-frame.

Q: Where do you see print in your city in five years’ time?
The entire city is moving to digital planning and printing with the latest technology.

Trivia Time

One trivia about Patna’s history...
The reflection of our city’s history is now seen in our newly-constructed Bihar museum.

Jain’s favourite song during the lockdown?
All Kishore Kumar songs.