Women to Watch Awards winners in PrintWeek March issue

In March, PrintWeek announced the winners of the second edition of the Women to Watch Awards 2024. This year, 14 women from the industry were honoured with the Awards. The Women to Watch Awards honours the women in the printing, publishing and packaging industry who empower others through their leadership. The Awards are given to women leaders from the industry in 13 categories.

15 Mar 2024 | By PrintWeek Team

Read all about the Awards and the winners in the March issue of PrintWeek. 

In other highlights of the issue, the eighth edition of the annual Print & Beyond seminar, organised by the Kerala Master Printers Association (KMPA), took place on 24 February at Hotel Holiday Inn, Kochi. The one-day event was a dive deep into the evolving landscape of the printing industry in 2030, writes Charmiane Alexander.

Printmann, who bagged the Packaging Company of the Year - Folding Cartons (Boutique) at the PrintWeek Awards 2023, announced the induction of Somerset Indus Capital Partners as a minority investor as well as a subsidiary Pakcellence. The announcement was made in the presence of Printmann’s employees, customers and packaging partners on 13 February. The aim: To be the world’s most preferred packaging partner, writes Ramu Ramanathan.

TCPL has invested in a Komori Lithrone G640 press at its Greater Noida unit, which the company acquired in 2022. Saket Kanoria, managing director, TCPL demystifies the investment and the plans for Creative Offset, writes Rahul Kumar.

P Madhusudhan Reddy’s journey into digital print has been remarkable. The Hyderabad-based specialist not only embraced his passion for photography but also transformed it into a flourishing business. A report by Vimal Parmar.

Established in 1990, Dev Priya Industries began production of kraft paper with an installed capacity of 12,000-mt per annum. Later the Delhi-based group diversifed to virgin kraft paper. Amit Gupta, technical director, Dev Priya Industries talks to Rahul Kumar at the group headquarters.

Printed books are seeing a dramatic resurgence. And the Indian print industry is ready to seize the opportunity. Dibyajyoti Sarma reports.

Kai Buentemeyer, director of Bindwel, has more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing machines which have produced almost half the books consumed around the world. As the erstwhile CEO of Kolbus, a market leader in soft and hard cover adhesive binding machines, he has seen how the publishing industry and book printing evolved globally, from close quarters.

During the New Delhi World Book Fair, which transpired from 10-18 February, Himanshu Gupta, managing director of S Chand Group spoke to PrintWeek about education publishing and the company’s growth trajectory.

Bobst, a leading manufacturer of print and packaging converting equipment, prepares for Drupa 2024, reflects on some key themes vis-a-vis its own vision for the industry – Shaping the future of the packaging world.