Pressman and Kodak host seminar in Mumbai

On 19 April (Friday), Pressman and Kodak will host a special pre-press training program for graphics art professionals in Mumbai from 4pm to 9pm at the Kohinoor International hotel in Andheri East.

15 Apr 2019 | By Abhishek Muralidharan

Panthala Selvan of Pressman Solutions

Chennai-based print consultant and trainer K Panthala Selvan and his Pressman Solutions who head Idealliance’s South Asian operations have been hosting educational programs or PQM groups, calibration services, training and workshops plus installation of colour control systems across the country. 

K Panthala Selvan said, “We are organising a special evening session aligned with BMPA and Kodak for pre-press workflow systems. This is for a limited group of top CEOs only."

The sessions include an introduction to print ready file by K Panthala Selvan from Pressman Academy plus a session on pre-press packaging workflow by Michael Bialko, WW product manager, Kodak packaging workflow solutions.

Michael Bialko of Kodak

While talking to PrintWeek India earlier, Selvan said, "Never stop being a continuous learner in order to propel your business, organisation and yourself to the greatest heights possible. Never get trapped in the “we don’t need to change” mode. So often through certification, for example facility certification or audit, it is easy to get away from staying on top of practices, but the value of doing good work is putting into practice each and every day the specifications, methodologies, standards and measurements that are critical for quality without cutting corners, even though that might be easier at times. Share knowledge in order to connect the future generations to our incredible industry and continuously build and automate, informed and sustainable industry, knowledge must never be coveted but shared. The benefit of sharing knowledge changing lives, generations and industries."

He concluded, "An Ustadji approach will not work out in the world of standardisation. The aim of standardisation is to provide a consistent print result. Many printers started moving away from Ustadji approach to a process approach for moving to the next level."