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India: Book laboratory of the world

The Indian print industry will be $21 billion in 2011, a growth of 73%. This along with $8 billion per annum budgetary support for education will boost the book market.

Buyers' Guide 2010

Welcome to the 2010 Buyers' Guide. Below you'll find links to the key sections.

Perfect binder purchase brings in immediate business for Creative

Commercial printer Creative Print has moved into perfect binding after installing a BQ470 from Intelligent Finishing Systems (IFS).

Kolbus takes on Sigloch binders

Kolbus has acquired its fellow German bindery kit manufacturer Sigloch Maschinenbau.

FCS Lasermail in 250,000 Xerox investment

FCS Lasermail has invested 250,000 in a Xerox DocuColor 8002 digital colour press and an IBIS SmartBinder SB3 on the back of an increased demand for personalised colour booklets.

Pratiroop Mudran in Pune opts for Muller Martini's LongMa

Pratiroop Mudran, the Pune-based printer has installed the LongMa C580. The perfect binder from Muller Martini has been installed at its unit in Parvati Industrial Estate in the heart of the city.

Welbound masters bookbinding workflow

Noel D'cunha talks to K C Sanjeev, managing director, Welbound Worldwide which manufactures critical links in the bookbinding workflow, starting from folding machines to trimmers.

Srinivas Fine Arts, Lovely and Gopsons set up huge book plants in Sivakasi

Srinivas Fine Arts (SFA), Lovely Offset and Gopsons Papers are setting up game-changing plants in Sivakasi.

CEO of Muller Martini visits India and discusses Ipex 2010 plans

Muller Martini's chief executive officer, Bruno Muller during his first visit to India met publishers and book printers in Chennai, Sivakasi, Mumbai and Delhi. In an exclusive meeting with PrintWeek India, he discussed the plans for Ipex 2010 and overall Indian market.

Replika Press, printer of Slumdog Millionaire, crafts a landmark in printing of books that caters to global audience

A good grasp on the dynamics of global and domestic markets helps Replika scale new heights in book printing, Alok Singh finds out

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