Digital Printer of the Year 2016: Chanakya Mudrak (Tie)

Okay. It’s official. New Delhi is the digital printing capital of India. This year, we have two winners in the category and both are from Delhi. Chanakya Mudrak is back for the second time after clinching the title last year and Avantika Printers is back for the fourth time after making a hat-trick of the category a few years back.

04 Nov 2016 | By PrintWeek India

Chanakya Mudrak is the master of short-run, helped by its HP Indigo.

The ‘Monkey Shoulder’ poster has a run length of five. It was printed in CYMK and was treated with digital UV finishing.

The ‘NCERT special accessible children’s books’ were unique – 40 different books with five copies each; total 200 copies. It was a collaboration between NCERT and Chanakya Mudrak, with the company providing the production technical know-how. The company also received a mention in the credit page of the book. It took almost six months of R&D and pre-press processing for the books.

The entry ‘Vision of Hope’, with a run length of 200, used Natural Evolution 145 gsm for the inside pages and imported art paper for cover.

The ‘Vodafone Thank You book and box’ contained specimen from each of Vodafone’s monthly campaigns in the year.

Chanakya Mudrak (New Delhi)
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