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"Digital printing has succeeded in increasing printing speed and quality production," says Anil Bhatia, managing director, Manroland India.

Do you think that the market is much more open to digital now than it was a decade ago, when Manroland teamed up with Xeikon? Yes, the market has steadily grown to accept the value additions that digital...

Why India makes a perfect publishing partner?

Vinutha Mallya talks about how publishers in India have started grappling with the nuances of digital publishing, print-on-demand, self-publishing, e-books, apps and enhanced e-books.

Big boost for secondhand sale in India

Used machines dominate the Indian market. Noel D'cunha presents the findings of a pressXchange survey that tracks trends in the used machine market in India and rest of the world, and concludes the future looks healthy for India

Reader Reaction: Will technology change the way print is being produced?

Printer CEOs tell Suhani Singh what's the best thing in processes, production and technology

Survey: The X factor that drives print in India

Print data is widely disparaged in India for getting most things wrong; and its a wonder that some of us get the number-crunching right.

Why PUR almost failed and how books are being perfectly produced by binders states Tony Clark

PUR has arrived in India. Tony Clark, the bookbinding guru describes the journey of adhesives

Ten ways to begin the green journey

Find ways to reduce the impact of global warming and climate changes to build a better business environment, even if it means investing a little. Noel D'cunha suggests top tips

Ipex Visitor Speak: Jairaj Salgaonkar, Sumangal Press

One word that describes Ipex South Asia? Digital. The most unique stall at Ipex South Asia? The Xerox stall, it is elaborate with cordial vibes. A print job application you saw at the show, which...

A country where print still reigns...

Digital adds another dimension, but the earning and revenue share which print advertisements still command, confirms that the future of traditional print is also bright, as Ramu Ramanathan finds out

"Print's customers need to understand the benefits of adopting transpromo," says Mehul Desai of MOS

Mehul Desai is the chairman and managing director of Mail Order Solutions. He says: "Don't inflate a small idea, take a big one to help customers achieve best results sans investing."

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