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Sujille Colour Printers: A print firm in God's own country

The PrintWeek India team visits Sujilee in the picture-perfect town of Kollam (between Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi) and understands how the plant provides five-star service to buyers in the state

Me & My machine: Heidelberg SM74

Some pieces of kit get it just right and deliver top performance, making money for the users. Mehul Desai speaks about one such printing press

Sultans of screen print set the bar

Pune Metagraph and Ace Printers are no strangers to produce cutting-edge screen printing jobs. Both companies are pushing the envelope into new areas. A PrintWeek India report with inputs from Shripad Bhat.

Product Review: ImagePress C7010VP

This new version of Canon ImagePress C7010VP isn't just a common tool for inplants, but an all-round workhorse which can continue Canon's push into commercial print, says Noel D'cunha

Wan-Ifra preview: Key exhibitors in Chennai

With Wan-Ifra India 2011 Conference & Expo to be held from 6 to 8 September Rahul Kumar profiles what to look for at the three-day expo in Chennai.

Reprographic and Printing Services: Life and belief of a woman printer

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.

Me & My machine: Epson WT7900

Impressed with the accurate, consistent and high-quality colour output of Epson WT7900, Vijay Jobanputra, the DGM for repro at ABPS gives a verdict for this wide-format machine.

Newspapers: still making profits

Ramu Ramanathan investigates whether newspapers continue to remain an advertising power base and how Indian publishers are convincingly creating better opportunities among newer markets

Spenta's one-stop shop style of publishing

With a stable of 40-plus titles, Spenta's Maneck Davar tells Ramu Ramanathan that he still has ambitions to grow.

Mahatma Gandhi's print legacy alive and well at the Navjivan Press in Ahmedabad

Jitendra Desai, the managing trustee at Navjivan Press in Ahmedabad is no more. He passed away on 21 March. The PrintWeek India team remembers him as a true Gandhian.

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