How Gifts India shaped stationery
How gifts can be art with paper. A glimpse of the four-day Gifts India from 19 to 22 August at the Nehru Centre, Mumbai with unusual print applications.
Krishna Naidu shares 10 pictures of a special picture gallery of the Stationery Asia and Write Show which was hosted along side the Gifts India 2016 show.
23 Aug 2016 | By Krishna Naidu
Established in 1934, Ram Lal Ram Chandra is the manufacturer and exporters of jute, cotton and canvas bags
Ahmedabad-based, Mehta Cad Cam Systems, had displayed UV LED desktop flatbed printer RJ 455V
Flair completes 50 years of manufacturing and selling pens
Anupam was one of the busiest stalls at the show
ModaBook, the supplier of diaries, notebooks, craft paper and business organisers
Linc had variety of options from the world of stationery for its visitors at the show
Mumbai-based, Parth Enterprises is a specialist of office stationery
Vishal Stationery Mart with the samples of executive and theme diaries, desk calendars and organisers at the stall
Luxor Group manufactures its own labels, and the company has also introduced international brands like Parker, Waterman, Pilot, Papermate and Bruynzeel in the Indian market
Giftmart stall at the show