Vijay Adlakha: Print business is capital intensive; hence inflation will increase the cost of borrow money
As per a representation by a printer body, there’s a 25% hike in the cost of input materials. Since January 2018, the cost of US dollar has risen to Rs 68. In conversation with Vijay Adlakha, director, Infinity Advertising Services, we find out what print desires under the rising dollar 70-80% of input material in
Infinity Advertising Services is engaged in a wide variety of commercial printing. Their product palette includes art books, magazines, coffee table books, brochures, catalogue, diaries, calendars and business cards. The company swept the DAC for creative agencies of SAARC nations awards. Vijay Adlakha, director, Infinity Advertising Services said, he was happy and overwhelmed. He chuckled
On the first day of Labelexpo India 2016, we caught up with Vijay Adlakha, director, Infinity Advertising Services. We are in offset, paperboard and wide-format, among others. Now, we are looking to diversify into label and flexible packing. For this, I thought Labelexpo India would be an ideal place to start. I am here to
Zee Business on Business Street telecast a special program on the highs of UV LED on 17 January. CP Paul of APL Machinery and Vijay Adlakha of Infinity Advertising Services who were interviewed by the Zee Business team spoke about how LED technology is an energy saver and a faster curing process. Paul said, “UV
In August last year, CP Paul of APL Machinery and Vijay Adlakha of Infinity Advertising Services travelled to Coimbatore to attend LED UV live demonstration at Shree Maruthi Printers. During the conversation, an excited Paul, said, “We are projecting double digit installations in the coming year for LED UV. It is the future of printing.
The printing solution provider, Printsmith has enhanced its capacity by investing in a Komori Spica sheetfed press at its Faridabad plant. The new four-colour 25x37inch Komori, with auto plate changer (CPC) is an addition to the firm’s current plant list. It follows the company’s other installations which include 20x30inch four-colour Komori LA 437 and the