PrintWeek’s December issue is now available

Published on 10 December 2017, with GST and demonetisation aftermaths settling in, PrintWeek India asks publishers, designers and packaging heads about how print will unfold itself in the year 2018. Moreover, 94-page issue includes cover story on Pamex event to be held in Mumbai, reports on pre-owned presses in India.

13 Dec 2017 | By Sujith Ail

The cover story on Pamex highlights the campaign carried out by the chairman of Pamex, Tushar Dhote by carrying out 50 grassroots roadshows across India. Plus PrintWeek India profiles 22 exhibitors and finds out what to expect at the four-day show at the BEC, Goregaon in Mumbai.

Rahul Kumar of PrintWeek India focuses on the issues surrounding the pre-owned machinery regarding its productivity and maintenance. Also, Rahul Kumar speaks to three Delhi-based printers who possess pre-owned digital presses.

Welbound commences its brand independent maintenance services. Priya Raju of PrintWeek India finds out the difficulties faced by the printers and how Welbound Technical Services are addressing it.

Noel D’Cunha of PrintWeek India reports on the fire that broke out in Adhyaru estate in Mumbai and gives the best practices that needs to be followed in these situations.

Also, Priya Raju spends time with twenty somethings to understand "what print means to the gen-next".

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