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The 80-page PrintWeek India August issue is available. The cover page pays a tribute to the low cost, recyclable toilet invented by Haresh Mehta of Jayna Packaging plus the analysis of the 2,60,000 tonnes of Indian inks market by Noel D’Cunha. Dibyajyoti Sarma attended PackPlus, the first Indian show after Drupa at Pragati Maidan. His report looks at how the show offered smart solutions to the Indian packaging converters.The Faridabad-based facility of Nova Publications was destroyed in a devastating fire on 10 April 2016. The fire that continued for 12 days, largely due to fire brigade’s lack of preparedness to fight the industrial fire, gutted everything off the six-year-old setup. Rahul Kumar reports on the Nova team is on its way to make a new beginning. Print has an important role to play in going green. The benefits go beyond the balance sheet. Customers and suppliers are looking to align themselves with green-thinking companies – as environmental credentials are taking on a significant new importance. Priya Raju zeroes in on the efforts of TechNova along with Lokmat, ABP and DB Corp to keep the planet earth, green and clean.The product of the month is Agfa’s Arkitex Enhance IntelliTune. This review by Rushikesh Aravkar looks at how a print firm can raise the picture to a standard of perfection, for every channel including the web, print and mobile. Aravkar profiles Nitin Binding, a post-press specialist in Mumbai while Krishna Naidu finds out what the pre-owned dealers think about machine maintenance and service.

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