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 Printpack in Greater Noida – 1 to 6 February 2019

Printpack in Greater Noida – 1 to 6 February 2019

mRC-3D cameras on several Indian web offsets

mRC-3D cameras on several Indian web offsets

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FREE download of best practices for paper handling

Webinar — Tension Control Upgrade for T23 Infeed and Chill Roll

Webinar — Tension Control Upgrade for T23 Infeed and Chill Roll

The London Book Fair International Excellence Awards 2018

The London Book Fair International Excellence Awards 2018

Dainik Jagran is India’s most read daily

Dainik Jagran is India’s most read daily

‘Print is a sunrise industry’

‘Print is a sunrise industry’

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D for India

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D for India

Fujifilm’s JetPress 720S aims at commercial printing segment

Fujifilm’s JetPress 720S aims at commercial printing segment

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The first Indian privately owned B2B media, knowledge and training company in the print, publishing and packaging vertical – founded in 1979 with Indian Printer and Publisher monthly. Hands-on tech and business savvy publication on the web since 2000. Community activities include training, technology and user conferences. The Indian Print Export Forum. Establishment of the industry research company IppStar in 2001. New monthly B2B publication Packaging South Asia started in 2007. Association with Idealliance US for training, best practices and color standardization in 2013 under the name of Idealliance India.

 

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mRC-3D cameras on several Indian web offsets

mRC-3D cameras on several Indian web offsets

QI Press Controls (QIPC) continues to thrive in the Indian print market. In the past year, the Dutch specialist in measurement and control systems for the web offset

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‘Print is a sunrise industry’

‘Print is a sunrise industry’

The Bombay Master Printers Association’s Print Summit, took place on 17 January at the Nehru Centre at Worli in Mumbai. Leading printers from Mumbai and Pune took

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Okhla-based Pearl Printers install Ryobi

Okhla-based Pearl Printers install Ryobi

Okhla-based Pearl Printers recently installed a new RMGT 920ST-4 printing press at their facility. Pearl was established in 1998 and offers a wide range of offset printing and post-printing solutions.

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Latest in Digital Print

 Printpack in Greater Noida – 1 to 6 February 2019

Printpack in Greater Noida – 1 to 6 February 2019

The Indian Printing Packaging and Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) plays a significant role in giving inputs to the government on import and

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HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D for India

HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D for India

HP announced the commercial availability of its award-winning Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing solutions in India at a press conference in New Delhi on 18 January 2018.

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Fujifilm’s JetPress 720S aims at commercial printing segment

Fujifilm’s JetPress 720S aims at commercial printing segment

Fujifilm’s display at their stand in Pamex 2017 consisted of variety of solutions at Pamex 2017. The all new JetPress 720S was launched during the event.

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Editorials

Content management versus content delivery

Content management versus content delivery

The Indian newspaper industry, which has thus far been a major exception to the overall decline of newspapers around the world, is nevertheless undergoing steady transformation. There are many daily news organizations that have been spending

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Getting the Indian economy back to 9% growth

Getting the Indian economy back to 9% growth

A presentation by Dr Samiran Chakraborty, the chief economist of Citibank in India, at the recent Elite Conference in Mumbai in September was particularly interesting for those of us who eye the Indian economy

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‘Community’ and ‘engagement’ are not enough to save the legacy print media

‘Community’ and ‘engagement’ are not enough to save the legacy print media

At the recent INMA South Asia conference in New Delhi, a number of issues were skirted, mentioned peripherally or in passing without the substantial discussion that perhaps has to take place within news organizations themselves

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