LABELEXPO INDIA

PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL 2019

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

LABELS INDIA NEW ISSUE OUT...

A picture is worth a thousand words…

And to make your reading an experience, we have presented a thumbnail version of our current issue…

To check what all we have brought to you in this Current Issue, click on current issue and the link will take you to the current issue section which in turn links it with news and developments that are covered in the current issue to give you an insight. Though you can read the developments, but its only in our issue on print, can you read it in detail. It will only take a few seconds to load...

Too many developments have taken place in the last few months and we have tried to cover most of them in this current issue.

They say, history has a tendency to repeat itself. The same can be said of these two major label printers in India. For instance, the first ever Mark Andy XP5000 was recently installed at New Delhi based Kwality Offset – A name to reckon for quality label printing. Read all about it in our cover story section. It might be interesting to note that the first Mark Andy 2200 also debuted in India at Kwality.

At the same time, Xeikon digital label presses made its debut at one of the top notch label printers in India – Webtech Industries. Webtech has gone ahead and ordered for not one but two presses at a time. This shows the level of confidence that Webtech has on Xeikon digital label presses. The major credit also goes to Xeikon’s India Agent - Monotech Systems that secured this breakthrough deal.

Our other stories include:
  • The start up of Electro Optic Asia
  • HP and Kris come together to counter challenges in the Indian packaging market
  • The LMAI Conference on Lean Management
  • The return of Labelexpo India to its original format
  • Anil Sharma succeeds Raj Srinivasan of Avery Dennison
  • Multitec to show its ecoflex press at Labelexpo India show
  • UPM Raflatac starts slitting terminal at Bangalore
  • Top notch label printer Sel-Jegat gets a new Rotoflex SPI

I’ve had an especially difficult time getting this issue out the door. It’s always a struggle but usually it’s the act of making the issue better, letting it sit for awhile and then coming back to it to see it with a fresh eye that delays its delivery. There are so many inspiring developments that we had to cover in this current issue and even with my best efforts we could hardly cover all…

Though we are rarely satisfied with the ultimate product, the feeling that it could always be better and more informative, keeps us on our toes. So, do let us know your views by sending an email or just drop a note to tell us how much you really liked this issue as that’ll get us all back on track.

For the rest, you can always come back to check on this site which will be updated regularly with the latest news and happenings in the world of labels and converting.

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