Violet Plate and sells 3 CTCP machines during the show.
Kapoor Imaging had a fairly good PrintPack 2019
participation. “Barring the first day, all subsequent days were busy during the
show,” says Giridharan, CEO, PrintPack.
He considers Greater Noida as just the right place to hold
such a great show which now has full 6 days’ showcase. However, the timing did
clash with Pongal festival. “The second week of February would have been better
as January is Pongal festival for us. Show from 1st also posed certain
challenges as all our sales people were busy with collections and hence second
week could be ideal for the show,” observes Giridharan.
Kapoor Imaging signed up with Synaps (a subsidiary of Agfa)
and they will be promoting Digital Media in India. Apart from Agfa Synaps
agency, Kapoor Imaging also launched its Violet Plate PPVG.
The company sold three CTCP at the show. One CtP machine was
sold to a customer based in Chennai and one to Lucknow based Amber Press and
the third to New Delhi based Ankita Communications.
Kapoor Imaging is a member of IPAMA and has been
participating PrintPack since 1995. “It is our 4th PrintPack show
participation. Participation at such great shows is a great experience. It motivates
service providers like us,” says Giridharan.
He expressed his concern regarding two key issues being faced
by the Printing industry viz., price war and credit. “To make industry bounce
back, we need to avoid getting into price war. Besides, if the credit extended
by vendors are taken for granted, then this industry will collapse one day. Timely
payments are important at this juncture when banks are going very tight with
all borrowers,” says Giridharan.