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August 2021 issue of PrintWeek, WhatPackaging? is out How to painstakingly create a factory during these tough times? This is the question on everybody’s mind as we seek to return to normalcy post-pandemic. And the August 2021 issue of PrintWeek attempts to answer this in the cover story on Indore’s Vijayshri Packaging. Noel D’Cunha finds out how the company’s modern approach to doing business has allowed it to successfully compete in the fierce packaging converting market. The issue also features a profile on Hannu Marketing as the company gears towards offering eco-friendly solutions. The fraternity celebrated Paper Day on 1 August. To mark the occasion, a webinar was organised which asked pertinent questions, such as, Is paper really recyclable? Can it replace plastic? Find the answers in our special report on the webinar. The issue also features interviews with SN Venkataraman of ITC-PSPD and Rohit Pandit of IPMA on the state of the current paper market. In the ‘Spotlight’ section, Laveti Ramakrishna of Odisha-based Kakinada Press answers 51 questions on the state of commercial printing. The August issue of PrintWeek comes with a special supplement of WhatPackaging? The highlight of the issue is why Skanem India is investing in digitasation with IIOT and Industry 4.0, where Vinod Vazhapulli, managing director at Skanem India sees clear business benefits of technology. The issue also features an interview with Ashwini Deshpande of Elephant Design, who says India has a large subsistence level consumer base who are moving to a packaged branded indulgence.

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