Q.I. Press Controls further expands activities in India

Five new Indian partners for QIPC

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Kalptaru Offset, Natraj Print House, Saraswati Press, Hexagon Print & Pack and Sanat Printers are five new Indian partners with whom Q.I. Press Controls (QIPC) will collaborate. The Dutch specialist in measuring and control equipment for the printing industry supplies Indian printers with various mRC-3D systems for color register control.

Rakesh Dave, managing director of QIPC-EAE India, emphasizes the versatility of QIPC’s automation systems. “Every press and printing company is different, of course,” he explains. “These orders also involve three different types of machines. For each specific installation, we will really deliver custom work. These orders show once again that QIPC systems can be integrated in any type of web offset press.”

Kalptaru Offset

In Ahmedabad, an mRC-3D system for color register and cut-off control is installed on a TPH Orient press. In total, two cameras are involved. Kalptaru will print fewer wasted copies, work more efficiently and deliver higher quality prints thanks to QIPC’s innovative system.

Natraj Print House

Natraj Print House, also based in Ahmedabad, will also equip its Pressline press with an mRC-3D system for color register and cut-off control. This also involves two cameras. As with Kalptaru Offset, these will be installed by QIPC and the staff will receive technical training on site.

Saraswati Press

The order Saraswati Press placed with QIPC consists of four different projects, all of which will be carried out at the Kolkata printing plant. Four of these are two color register mRC-3D cameras installed on a NAPH Graphics press. “Our systems are already installed on several NAPH presses,” says Dave. “That turns out to be a successful combination and hence this new order.”

Hexagon Print & Pack

This print shop in Mumbai has an mRC-3D color register system installed on a TPH Orient press. The first priority of this quality printer from the Bombay region is to further improve the quality of their printing. In addition, the QIPC system will contribute to a reduction in the number of lost copies and a more efficient production process.

Sanat Printers

Sanat Printers from Sonipat already has experience with QIPC systems. The good reputation of the Dutch company also contributed to Sanat Printers having a new mRC-3D system for color register and cut-off control installed on its Harris M600 press. The printer wants to save on the number of lost copies and is convinced of the high technology used by QIPC.

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