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Kangaro in New Delhi adds Komori Enthrone

New Delhi-based Kangaro Print Ways has increased the size of its printing capability with the installation of new Komori Enthrone 29, a four-colour press supplied by Insight Print Communications.

In India, digital publishing is growing at a rapid pace

Jaya Bhattacharji Rose, an international publishing consultant and a columnist for PrintWeek India speaks to Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy, chief evangelist, on the Indian publishing scene.

Eswara Screen: A triumph of mind over machines

The ability to render unique apps through screen-printing has made this Chennai-based firm, the PrintWeek India Screen Printer of 2011 plus two-times Limca Book of Record holder, report the duo of Sachin Shardul and Rahul Kumar.

Welbound's Knowledge Yatra addresses independent publishers and designers in New Delhi

Welbound Worldwide organised a book workshop for a group of independent publishers and designers on 5 November 2011 at Alpana Khare Design Studio in New Delhi.

TOI adds four four-high towers to boost its printing capacity

Bennett & Coleman, publisher of the English daily newspaper, Times of India recently added four four-high towers to its existing Regioman web offset press at its printing plant in Bengaluru to increase its printing capacity.

HOMAI president addresses the Holopack Holoprint conference

Hologram Manufacturers Association of India's (HOMAI) annual Holopack Holoprint Conference has begun in Las Vegas, USA and will stretch over the next two days until 11 November 2011.

S S Transfer picks up Grafica's Camshell screen printer on day two

Rajeev Bansal, the proprietor of S S Transfer, manufacturer of ceramic transfers, booked another Camshell from Grafica on the day two of Pamex.

Pamex Visitor Speak: V K Malik, chairman, Pamex 2011

What brought you to the Pamex show in the first place? Investment / window shopping / sign a deal? Investment in digital and digital finishing equipment. Something you learnt about for the first time...

Visual Displays set to cash in on Commonwealth Games with India's first 10-ft HP Latex LX800 installation

New Delhi-based Visual Displays has installed India's first HP's 10 ft wide-format Latex LX800 printer, with an eye on Commonwealth Games and aim to pitch for an array of communication material for the games.

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