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Apsom Infotex acquires Delhi based UV Printers

UV printing is a sunrise segment in the wide format printing industry on account of its ecological benefits and versatile printing ability across all signage formats with the added advantage of constant color deliveries.

In this backdrop, Apsom Infotex, the largest distribution organization for leading brands like Roland and Colorjet has acquired Delhi based UV Printers, the sole distributors of Dilli, Korea – a technology leader in the UV printing segment.

UV Printers, founded by Kirti Vijay Sharma, is the leading supplier for UV Printing solutions in various segments like signage, glass, ceramic tiles, furniture & fixtures etc. and bring to the table, more than a decade of experience.

The entire range of UV printing solutions from DilliUV, Korea will now be marketed by Apsom Infotex Ltd. under the able leadership of Kirti Vijay Sharma.

“The large format printing business is moving into the consolidation phase, and it was the right time for UV Printers to associate with Apsom Infotex for enhanced reach and driving business synergies so that we can offer better value preposition to our customers,” said Kirti Vijay Sharma.

MS Dadu, founder, Apsom Infotex, added, “Acquisition of UV Printers – industry leaders in UV printing business is the strategic decision for us, today success is all about offering more value to your customers at the same price and the acquisition of UV Printers enables us to do that. This shall further give us boost to maintain our leadership position so that we continue to offer more and more value to our customers.”

JN Arora upbeat in dealership of HandTop and POLYPRINT

With the constant addition of new machines to its ever expanding product line for the graphic art industry, JN Arora Group has now positioned itself as a one-stop solution provider for signage firms. The company has tied up with HandTop, distributing a versatile line of UV printers for diverse applications. “HandTop is a Shenzen-based company known for its internationally acclaimed UV printing systems. The brand is rated high for unmatched performance, enhanced reliability and competitive price,” said Aashish Arora from JN Arora.

“HandTop machines are steady and cost effective; the portfolio consists of Kyocera Series and RICOH Gen-5 UV Series available in true flatbed and hybrid models,” mentioned Aashish, adding that the portfolio is going to magnify with the addition of two new 3.2m and 5m roll-to-roll models. Just recently, JN Arora had catered their first HandTop Kyocera Series flatbed printer at Bahadurgarh in Haryana.Kyocera Series is an entry-level flatbedUV LED printer designed perfectly for those looking for new start-up in ‘flatbed’ job.

Polyprint is from Greece and JN Arora Group has installed over 10 units of their popular TEXJET range in 2016. The application is very diverse on stitched T shirts, pullovers, denims, and on diverse fabrics including cotton, polyesters, lycra, wool and leather. Their most popular model Texjet Shortee will be on display during Printpack 2017.

NAEP Awards conferred!

All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP) recently conferred the National Awards for Excellence in Printing (NAEP) in a glittering ceremony at Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi. Jak Printers, Mumbai won the maximum number of 16 awards, including six gold awards in different categories. Other printers who won awards included Aditya Ragasri Printers & Publishers, Akruti, Anand Printers & Packers, Anaswara Offset Pvt Ltd, Archies Ltd, Arun Art Printers, Avantika Printers, BP Lipeds, Bell Printers, Bhambari Printers, Brilliant Printers, CDC Printers, Chirag Offset, Comart Lithographers, Computer Graphics Laser Press, Dass Printers, Dhote Offset Technokrafts, Dot N pixel, Ebenezer Printpack, Edu Hub Publishing Co, JK Offset Graphics, Kala Jyothi Process, Kaledio Graphics, Kamal Printers, Kaveri Printers, Kohinoor Printers, Krishna Designer Printers, Kumar Labels, Kwality Offset Printers, Lipi International, Lucid Prints, Lustra Print Process, Malayala Manorama Daily, Manipal Technologies, Manipal Utility Packaging Solutions, Mayur Graphics, Multiplexus (India), National Printing Press, Niyogi Offset, Orange Printers, Param Packaging, Perfect Packaging, Photo Monkey, Prayag Advertisers, Print Solutions, Print Shop India, Print Vision, Printman Associate, Prodon Enterprise, Punjab Kesari, Rajsree Industrial Printers, Rakesh Press, Replika Press, Ritomate International, ST Reddoar & Sons, Sangat Printers, Screen Art Enterprises, Screen Pack Offset Printers, SFA Print, Shilp Gravure, Shreeji Art, Silverpoint Press, Srinivas Fine Arts, Sterling Print House, Supreme Screen, Suri Graphix, Synthesis Communications, The Cranials Printers, Unbox, Universal Print Systems, Varun B Corporation and Vidya Laminators. The awards encourage Indian printers to continue enhancing and upgrading their fine standard in their journey towards excellence.

Konica Minolta honoured with SME Channels Award

Another benchmark in the enterprise printing segment has been set by Konica Minolta with the receiving of the prestigious SME Channels Award for its A3 MFP Printers.

With this, the company has further strengthened its position in the highly competitive A3 multi functional printing market in India, surpassing the other major vendors in the country’s printing space.

Konica Minolta’s bizhub A3 MFP series is tailored specifically to cater to the requirements of modern offices, furnishing whole new range of cutting edge features and functions to augment the office operations with maximum efficiency. The top of the line series also helps businesses generate high quality material.

Sharing his delight on the receiving of the award, Yuji Nakata, managing director, Konica Minolta India said, “We are honoured to receive the SME Channel award for our A3 MFP series which offers next generation features to efficiently meet the comprehensive requirements of new age offices. Konica Minolta is committed to spearhead the printing segment with its highly skilled global R&D workforce, dedicated to produce cutting edge and disruptive technologies in the vertical.”

Punjab Kesari flags off 428th truck for migrants in J&K

Terrorists’ activities of Pak troops on the border of Jammu & Kashmir and the loss of lives of innocent inhabitants of these areas have compelled people to migrate to safer areas. Punjab Kesari has been sending trucks carrying articles of daily use for 300 migrants since 1999. More recently, they flagged off the 428th truck for distribution of relief material to the migrants of border village Pragwal Sajwal in Jammu district.

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