PrintWeek's November issue; plus WhatPackaging? is available

Published on 10 November, PrintWeek India issue doffs its hat to all the winners and the shortlisted companies from the PrintWeek India Awards 2017. Furthermore the 96-page issue is accompanied with the fourth edition of the 40-page WhatPackaging? supplement which carries a special report from the Labelexpo Europe and IndiaCorr show. Plus the big interview with Bizongo head Aniket Deb.

17 Nov 2017 | By Sujith Ail

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

Noel D’Cunha and Rahul Kumar of PrintWeek India highlight the contradictions arising out of Smither Pira report about pre-owned press productivity by talking to the big three: Heidelberg, KBA and Manroland. Wherein, Heidelberg hails the report and KBA denounces it; while Manroland in India is rebuilding its sheetfed offset empire.

The cover story focus is about GST. Here fifteen print CEOs share their view on how GST is functioning since it was rolled out on 1 July 2017. Meanwhile, PrintWeek India's book and publishing expert Dibyajyoti Sarma shares an update about Paperex 2017 plus a fascinating case study about compostable tableware made from sugarcane bagasse by Chuk, a brand of Yash Papers.

Plus there are two Noel D'cunha special interviews about print education. Sachin Virkar talks about the print media college in Stuttgart, Germany; and Sunil Redekar explains the workings fo Pune's PVG.

In the fourth edition of WhatPackaging?, read a detailed report by Rushikesh Aravkar and Noel D’Cunha where they demystify the product launches, processes, technologies from the Labelexpo Europe in Brussels. Plus it covers case studies, product reviews, interviews, machines launches and lots more in the 40-page supplement.

From the fifth edition onwards, WhatPackaging? will be a bi-monthly supplement along with PrintWeek India magazine.

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