After getting worldwide acclamation for their print excellence, Indian printers continue going ahead to enhance their offerings for serving globally and ultimately ensuring their seamless growth in long term perspective and this is also substantiated by their endeavours to improve infrastructure and performance. Undoubtedly, India is now one of the fast emerging hubs of printing activities.Nevertheless, it’s a harsh reality that we have miles to go for effectively competing other countries like China to be at the vanguard of the industry. Considering the exigencies to change as per the pace of transforming print business with continuous flow of innovations, we have to set yardsticks of enhancements ensuring consistent quality and improving productivity by only investing and investing in equipments, which may be conducive to overall growth at large.
The soberest option to get an idea about what is happening in the graphic arts industry across the world and what may occur in the near future, is to visit upcoming drupa show in Düsseldorf (Germany), which is considered to be the industry’s pacesetter as well as trendsetter event. The show may facilitate the process of materialisation of your innovative ideas enriching with the relevant rewarding concepts being adopted by the global majors.
And making the visit to drupa a real success for all associated with the industry, one a need to be proactive about their targets. Going with ‘naïve ignorance’ may not bring optimum outcome by being just an attendee of such a major event. Generally, there are two types of visitors to this ‘mecca’ of the graphic arts industry: those who are not determined about what to buy and those who are sure about their needs and how to deal with. Both of these people need to be fully prepared in accordance with their objectives and plan in advance to make every minute and rupee spent rewarding. To facilitate in finding out highlighted offerings from some of the major exhibitors, April-May issue of PRINT & PUBLISHING shall be carrying a meaningful preview on a number of the products to be displayed at the show (apart from brief coverage in this issue itself).
So, be ready betimes to augment all prospects, delving in ‘one world one drupa’ for finding out the right solutions for you.
Wishing you the very best!
Presently in the Indian print industry, there are two important segments – packaging and book printing - leading the growth owing to obvious reasons. Whereas packaging segment is registering remarkable growth due to constantly increasing retail sector, showing immense potentials with government nod to hundred percent FDI in single brand retail; the book printing continues making printers busy because of prevailing thirst for literacy through print. Given on the cover page of this issue of P&P, an aerial view of a stand at recently concluded 20th New Delhi World Book Fair 2012 depicts how enthusiastically youths are searching for printed books. That’s why most of the printers in India have been ensuring to maintain rewarding growth in their area of businesses.
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