Q.I. Press Controls (QIPC-EAE) installs five new equipments

Indian printing centers renew their automation

Q.I. Press Controls delivered printers at Yadanarmoe Printing House
Q.I. Press Controls- Engineering Automation Electronics (QIPC-EAE) India mRC-3D for color register

Q.I. Press Controls – Engineering Automation Electronics (QIPC-EAE) received no less than five orders for new measurement and control systems from India in the past period. The Dutch specialist for the printing industry continues to be an important partner for many companies during the current crisis period. Jyoti Book Depot, Hexagon Print & Pack, Sristi Graphics, Spenta Multimedia, and NAPH Graphics call on QIPC-EAE to further optimize the operation of their systems.

Rakesh Dave, managing director of QIPC-EAE India

The orders come from both new QIPC-EAE users and existing, satisfied partners. “We are very grateful that customers are putting their trust in us even during this pandemic and global crisis,” said Rakesh Dave, managing director of QIPC-EAE India. “We have done our best and brought the projects to a successful conclusion.”

Jyoti Book Depot, Hexagon Print & Pack, Sristi Graphics, and NAPH Graphics are four trusted QIPC-EAE users. They all decided to further expand or renew their automation. Jyoti Book Depot in Jalandhar, a QIPC-EAE user since 2013, had two mRC-3D cameras for colour register control installed on their new TPH Orient press. Two mRC-3D cameras for colour register control were also installed at Hexagon Print & Pack in Palgar. Sristi Graphics has ordered two IRS-cameras for their new press for register and cut-off control. And NAPH Graphics had two mRC-3D cameras installed on a press that will eventually be used by Saraihgat Photo Types.

In addition, QIPC-EAE also announces the arrival of a new user during the current pandemic. Spenta Multimedia in Navi Mumbai replaced its existing register system on its Mitsubishi Diamond press with three mRC-3D cameras for colour register and cut-off control.

Q.I. Press Controls develops and delivers innovative, high-quality optical measure and control systems. It is globally active in the newspaper and magazine printing industry. Its total solutions are supported by a worldwide service network. These reliable systems are proven in the market of existing and new printing presses.

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The print and packaging industries have been fortunate, although the commercial printing industry is still to recover. We have learned more about the digital transformation that affects commercial printing and packaging. Ultimately digital will help print grow in a country where we are still far behind in our paper and print consumption and where digital is a leapfrog technology that will only increase the demand for print in the foreseeable future.

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