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Indian “Print Week” on potentials of inkjet for newspapers

Indian “Print Week” on potentials of inkjet for newspapers

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Print Week India, 6 Feb 2015

On 6 February 2015 the Indian trade magazine “Print Week” writes about the status and the potentials of digital inkjet printing for newspaper production in India.

Print Week India, 6 Feb 2015

The article by Rahul Kumar is titled “Digital inkjet printing in newspapers must cross the hurdle of feasibility” and starts with the words: “Newspaper printing, a segment generally associated with offset, is now seems to be flirting with digital inkjet. Rahul Kumar talks to machine manufacturers and end-customers about the technology available, the feasibility of the scenario in the Indian context and future possibilities.”

Read the full article including statements of Indian newspaper publishers and printers here.


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Manfred Werfel


2015-02-07 18:29

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