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International Conference on Future Printing

India’s Offset Printers Association (OPA) organized a global convention on the subject ‘Future Printing and Scope for India’ with assist from Government of India’s Ministry of MSME. The convention was organized on the Central University of Haryana (CUH) positioned in Mahendragarh district of the north Indian state of Haryana on 25-28 March, 2022, underneath the aegis of the All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP).

Parveen Aggarwal, President of OPA, spoke on the aim and aims of the convention. According to him the convention was deliberate taking in view the doable enlargement of the Indian printing and packaging market. “India is a much bigger market and we’ve got the capability to provide high quality materials at aggressive charges, particularly to neighbouring nations like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand and so forth. Print leaders from these nations have been invited to affix this hybrid convention, the place worldwide audio system participated just about.” The convention featured six worldwide audio system.

Prof. Rajiv Kumar, Member Secretary, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), was the chief visitor and Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice Chancellor of CUH, joined because the visitor of honour for the inaugural session.

After a short introduction to the actions and achievements of OPA by Prof. Kamal Chopra, Chairman of International Relations of AIFMP, President of AIFMP P. Chander threw gentle on the present state of affairs of the printing and packaging trade and invited the printers within the convention to voice out their wants and challenges that AIFMP, as an apex physique, can take up and remedy. While declaring the convention open, Prof. Rajiv Kumar spoke concerning the Quality Improvement Programme with overseas universities.

The technical presentation was began with a key-note handle by Narendra Paruchuri of Pragati Offset, Hyderabad. Speaking on the ‘Current Scenario of Printing in India – Technology and Scope’, he gave a wonderful statistical view of the prevailing situation in industrial printing and the booming packaging trade. By 2025, India is anticipated to develop into the fifth largest client market on the planet, in response to the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). The inception of latest applied sciences together with an increase in e-commerce, altering existence, urbanisation and elevated private well being consciousness has boosted the expansion of the print and packaging markets.

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Globally, the packaging trade sector has positioned itself as one of many quickest rising industries throughout all nations. The trade is value over $917 billion (in 2019), rising at a CAGR 2.8% to achieve $1.05 trillion by 2024. Packaging is the world’s third largest trade following the meals and power industries, and the one trade that has to do one thing with each single commodity produced in an financial system. In India’s case, packaging is the fifth largest sector in its financial system and is without doubt one of the highest progress sectors within the nation. According to the Packaging Industry Association of India (PIAI), the sector is rising at CAGR 22% to 25%.

Speaking on the digital occasion, President of Print Media Association of Indonesia Ahmed Mughira Nurhani emphasised on ‘Future Printing Scope for India and Indonesia’. He stated there could be ample alternatives in networking, as Indonesia makes use of domestically produced paper with Indian manufactured put up press equipment.

Zulkhor Shahin, representing the Printing Industries Association of Bangladesh and an affiliate member of Asia Print gave a chat on the ‘Future of Printing in Bangladesh and Scope of Network with the Indian Printing and Packaging Industry’.

A chat on the‘Future Outlook of Printing in Sri Lanka and Opportunities for Collaboration’ by Peter Deckker, President of Sri Lanka Association of Printers (SLAP), talked about the necessity for cross-country collaboration, inviting worldwide printers to make a enterprise journey to Sri Lanka and college students to their print labs.

On her half, octogenarian Thiemjai Jorgensen, Chief Editor of the Thai Printer Magazine, spoke on ‘Printing Industry of Thailand and Scope for Collaboration’. While discussing networking, she additionally prolonged an open invitation to the 8th Pack Print International Exhibition to be held in Bangkok in October 2022.

A slide-show presentation by Pema Gelay of the Bhutan Printers Association on ‘Printing Industry of Bhutan and Scope for Collaboration’ vividly captured the historical past of printing in Bhutan with the nation’s first Heidelberg machine put in in 1977. He additionally spoke of the challenges confronted by the Bhutanese printing trade together with its total decline, shift in expertise, points in procuring uncooked supplies, and lack of human assets.

President of the Federation of Nepal Printers’ Association (FNPA) KhomKanta Regmi harassed on the necessity for India’s assist in serving to the Nepali printing trade with equipment, uncooked supplies, and even job orders.

The chief visitor for the concluding session Dr. Rajendrakumar Anayath, Vice Chancellor of Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology and an eminent printing technologist, spoke concerning the perspective that’s wanted for an engineering scholar. Students should observe the setting the place they’re, determine challenges within the society, and provides engineering options for it, connecting the contents of historical scriptures and the present setting sustainability challenges.

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