December 2021 issue of PrintWeek, WhatPackaging? out

The cover story of the December 2021 issue of PrintWeek celebrates excellence by putting the spotlight on 50 state-of the art factories in the country. Organised alphabetically, and selected by the PrintWeek editorial team, the list showcases what a world-class shopfloor on Indian soil can look like.

17 Dec 2021 | By PrintWeek Team

So, we have all the big names here, from Any Graphics, Brilliant, Canpac, Edelmann, ITC PSPD, Manipal, Navneet, Pragati, Rajhans, to Saptagiri, TCPL. Vijayshri, among others.

As we close a difficult year, PrintWeek believes this special feature will be an inspiration for the printing fraternity for the future ahead.

Talking about the New Year, after much delay, PrintPack India is set to open its doors in March 2022, and in an interview with Noel D’Cunha, the newly-elected president of IPAMA, Rakesh Sodhi shares about lean management, pruning internal costs, reducing short production time, investing in technology and inventories and increasing turnaround time.

In another interview, AIPIMA president, R Sridharan, tells Noel D’Cunha that he hopes to upgrade the ink association’s knowledge sessions through outreach programmes.

In the Leadership section, first-generation entrepreneur and a leading supplier of post-press equipment for the packaging industry, Prem Vishwakarma, shares his journey of becoming the director of Robus India.

The Publishing section profiles Apple Press, a painstakingly created a book with handmade paper and personal attention.

Recently, the Raipur edition of Dainik Bhaskar published a bumper issue, a 104-page newspaper, packed with innovation in both – advertisements and print. In the Newspaper section, we find out the print challenges, plus 33 years of Dainik Bhaskar in Raipur.

The December issue of PrintWeek comes with the WhatPackaging? supplement.

The WhatPackaging? cover story focuses on how Parksons has stepped up the growth potential with its recent acquisition of Manohar Packaging.

In the Profile section, Sushant Gaur, founder and CEO, Adeera Packaging tells Aultrin Vijay about the company’s expansion plans and strategies to cope up with the rapidly evolving paper bag packaging.

In a conversation with Noel D’Cunha, the new president of LMAI, Rajesh Nema, sets ambitious targets, and explains how the industry confidence has improved despite surging costs.

These and the regular features and more in the December 2021 issue of PrintWeek and WhatPackaging?

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