Book printing project opens up the road to Mandalay

Apr 23, 2021 at 11:45 am by admin

Two semicommerical presses at Yadanarmoe Printing House in Myanmar have been upgraded despite challenges from pandemic restrictions.

QI Press Controls-EAE India reports a project at the Mandalay book printer, working with The Printers House and agent in Gensecon, Myanmar.

Two Orient semicommercial presses have been equipped with the company’s mRC-3D systems for colour register and integrated cut-off control.

QIPC-EAE India managing director Rakesh Dave says the project will open up a new market segment for the company in Myanmar. “Successfully completing the order during the pandemic meant overcoming difficulties in procuring materials and getting the system ready in time, according to prevailing regulations,” he says.

“But by working closely with both the customer and TPH, we were able to deliver the system safely and to the fullest satisfaction of the customer.”

Pictured: TPH director Rishab Kohli – “Trust is an important basis for sustaining an intensive collaboration”


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