Giving life to prints, says Nimesh Vora of Srinivas Papers

PrintWeek Awards is an amazing platform which celebrates the innovations and efforts put in and introduced by the printing industry. This is in line with our thought process, said Nimesh Vora, director at Srinivas Papers.

13 Sep 2022 | By PrintWeek Team

Vora: We are witnessing a huge push towards sustainability

Srinivas Papers is the Gifting Partner for the PrintWeek Awards 2022.

Vora said that the printing industry is a very complex process-oriented industry. “It showcases to the world enormous possibilities of innovation, education, supports brands to reach every corner of the society and sells dreams to an end-user.”

Vora added, “Through the PrintWeek Awards, we support the endless hours of hard work and creativity the print community puts in to create excellence in print. We all need to recognise the talent of every print house.”

The last two years have been tough, especially with the cost and delayed supply escalations in each product consumed by the printing industry. Some significant changes Vora has observed are the huge push towards sustainability, hygiene, working culture, and, most important of all: mutual trust and support based on relations which have been formed over the years.

Key products for Srinivas Papers have been speciality paper and boards, self-adhesive paper and films, inks, coatings, adhesives, security products, and multi-layered laminated paper and boards. “These products are used by converters for a plethora of applications coupled with our local presence in the market with quick servicing from our warehouses and are hence in high demand,” explained Vora.

Recently, Srinivas has launched multi-layered – laminated paper and paperboard, replacing single-use plastic for POSM; and disposables for wrapping –packing – carrying food and liquid consumables. “As I said earlier, there is a huge push towards sustainability which we would like to adopt by making a change in our product portfolio and offering grades which can replace plastic without compromising on the functionality.”

According to Vora, while the industry is positive and the josh is high, raw material supply constraints, delay in Capex investments, cost inflations due to geo-political situations, and currency fluctuations are the risks. “Avoiding unnecessary internal price competition is a solution,” said Vora. 

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