Monotech installs 7th Jetsci inkjet M series at IBF

Personalized and secure educational materials with VDP

Monotech installs 7th Jetsci inkjet M series at IBF
Ajay Jain, owner of International Business Forms with the seventh narrow web offset with the inline Jetsci inkjet for VDP on education materials Photo Monotech

International Business Forms (IBF) has maintained its significant relationship with Monotech’s Jetsci inkjet solutions to install its seventh Jetsci M series inkjet system. The latest installation is again for confidential variable data printing online on another of its narrow web offset presses.

As a part of IBF’s expansion, the Gurgaon, Haryana headquartered company, has set up a second plant at Ghiloth in Rajasthan. The new plant is more extensive at 4,000 square meters and doubles its capacity from one million to two million documents or products daily. 

IBF is a pioneer in the confidential VDP printing domain specializing in online VDP on OMR answer booklets, admit cards, attendance sheets, courier dockets, and other education-related products. It uses hybrid narrow width web offset presses with variable data inkjet sur-printing for these secure and personalized education products.

Ajay Jain, the owner of International Business Forms, says, “It took us time to adopt the inline variable data printing system from Jetsci Global, but we have never looked back after the first installation. Now we have seven machines installed and running, and one more is in the course of manufacturing. This technology gave us value and growth and the supplier’s exceptional on-time support and services. We envision a future with all our offset machines equipped with Jetsci Global inkjet systems inline.”

Jimit Mittal, president Jetsci Global says, “We thank Ajay Jain for IBF’s continued trust in us as their inkjet printing partner. The Jetsci M series is our proven ideal VDP solution, which can be retrofitted to existing web offset and flexo machines with 100’s of installations across the globe.”

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Naresh Khanna
Editor of Indian Printer and Publisher since 1979 and Packaging South Asia since 2007. Trained as an offset printer and IBM 360 computer programmer. Active in the movement to implement Indian scripts for computer-aided typesetting. Worked as a consultant and trainer to the Indian print and newspaper industry. Visiting faculty of IDC at IIT Powai in the 1990s. Also founder of IPP Services, Training and Research and has worked as its principal industry researcher since 1999. Author of book: Miracle of Indian Democracy.


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