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A day in the life an associations' president- Badri Kumar Singh of DPA

Badri Kumar Singh is the president of the Delhi Printers' Association (DPA). The DPA, formed in 1954, presently has the largest number of members: 1,200. DPA publishes two magazines: Delhi Printer - a bi-monthly and Masik Samachar Patrika, a Hindi Monthly.

"Wide-format can only be sustained with a good financial back-up," says B Prasad of Printech Digital Imaging

Printech Digital Imaging won a silver for the best innovation in print at the OAC Awards 2011 on 17 June. B Prasad provides a perspective into wide-format printing in India.

Pre-owned Xerox kit strikes back

The market for used machinery in India is ripe. Pankaj Kalra of Xerox India speaks to Samir Lukka to decode the knots and crosses of the print business.

Big Interview with Amila Singhvi: "I want to see IPP grow three times"

Amila Singhvi is the managing director of International Print-o-Pac (IPP), the PrintWeek India's Company of the Year 2010. Singhvi has been at the helm of the industry for over two decades now. Last year, IPP recorded revenue of Rs 250-crore.

Exhibitor's Speak: " It is important to educate the buyer about the technology," says Vishnu Kamat of Advanced Graphic Systems

Invest in technology and believe that technology is the future which will help get more business, says Vishnu Kamat, manager for market at Advanced Graphic Systems in a conversation with deputy editor, Noel D'cunha

Visitor's Speak: Shailesh Sharma and Anil Raghani

VIP visitors at PrintPack 2011 share their views on print - and the biggest show in Asia

Visitor's Speak: Himanshu Pandey and Joginder Singh

VIP visitors at PrintPack 2011 share their views on print - and the biggest show in Asia

Visitor's Speak: Kiran Prayagi and Mark Kannenberg

Visitors at PrintPack share their views on the print and the biggest show in Asia.

Phenomenal 15-18 % growth in India

Subhasis Roy of Bobst, visited the PrintWeek India office. During his interaction with the editorial team, he highlights Bobst's path of ascendancy and the future of packaging in India

India's packaging exports are 0.51% of global market - while China are 7.33%

Manoj Mehta, president of AIFMP outlines steps that could make India a packaging hub

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