Orient stars in Mumbai success

Aug 19, 2008 at 08:19 pm by Staff

Growing Hindi newspaper ‘Hamara Mahanagar’ is reorganising production following installation of a single-width Orient press from The Printers House … and talking about the possibility of another. The daily title, launched in August 2005 with a print order of 3000 copies, has seen its circulation build steadily to between 80,000-85,000 copies. Pages are received at a new plant in Navi Mumbai for platemaking using a Technova system. However the workflow – popular with other titles in the marketplace – is under review as the paper’s success puts more focus on production and materials costs. Editorial director Dwijendra Tiwari says he hopes continuing success will result in the new press being followed by another Orient. Based in New Delhi, TPH builds a range of single-width presses for customers in 35 countries worldwide, the company’s Diveya Shah says.
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