Creative Graphics invests in Kodak and Esko

Plans to consolidate the prepress market

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Deepanshu Goel, managing director of Creative Graphics at Printpack 2019.

Creative Graphics, processors of digital flexo, letterpress and coating plates, was established in 1998 by Deepanshu Goel with the vision of being a premier prepress trade shop in India. Sharing his experience at Printpack 2019, Goel says that Printpack is a good platform for companies to meet prospective, exisiting and old customers, offering companies a chance to showcase their latest innovation, technology and products.

With a vision of providing their customers with the best of their services, Creative Graphics recently invested in new machines by Esko and Kodak owing to their cutting-edge technology. “The investment in new machines have improved our production capacity to 30% and we have taken over two companies in the last three years as well,” Goel says.

Discussing the upcoming plans for the company, Goel reveals, “We are trying to consolidate the market by taking over the companies that have been able to do well. Being in the industry for more than 18 years, we plan to research more into platemaking technology to improvise our services for our customers.”

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