12 December 2011
| by Rahul Kumar
Automating the plant was just the first of several steps The Printers House (TPH) took to keep up with the increasing demand for web presses. MM Kohli, managing director of TPH tells Rahul Kumar
11 November 2011
| by Jairaj Salgaonkar
The invention of the movable type represents the beginning of the information revolution. Jairaj Salgaonkar of the Kalnirnay almanac traces the past which led to the evolution of knowledge on the internet.
17 September 2011
PrintWeek India speaks to a cross-section of industry experts at Ipex, and solicits their views
24 August 2011
| by Ramu Ramanathan
Ramu Ramanathan spends time at an unusual firm and finds out how the foundation was laid down by the indefatigable JP Vasandani and what printing means to Shobha Subramaniam.
16 August 2011
| by Sachin Shardul
The board of directors have invested in a healthy mix of technology to keep up with the changing times - to keep this Indore-based packaging unit ahead of its competitors, says Sachin Shardul
15 June 2011
Anil Joshi is the third generation of K Joshi whose entry into the printing world started with the establishment of a block-making unit in 1937. The founder, the late Govind Appaji Joshi, worked with Chitrashala Press for 20 years and started block-making unit. In 1947, he started a printing press with block-making under one roof.
31 May 2011
| by Alok Singh
A resurgent Bihar has a conducive ambience for business. This is one of the main reasons, Patna's leading print firm has opted for a Rs 45-crore three-phased expansion plan, says Alok Singh
05 April 2011
The PrintWeek India team picks the brains of 14 manufacturers and dealers of digital print equipment on current trends, technology improvement and costing in the digital print market.
07 December 2010
Technical expertise and a fount of knowledge ensured that Michel Caza produced print jobs, almost all of them acclaimed. Bhargav Mistry salutes Caza for spreading screen technology.
09 November 2010
At a time, when mainstream discussion about packaging technologies chases a stifling path, Kiran Prayagi looks into the future of innovation along with Prof Dr Arved Hubler of Chemnitz University