Amar Ujala upbeat with new quality with mRC-3D
As long as the new stature of Amar Ujala is concerned, the leading Hindi daily has been ungraded in terms of quality in its print and circulation. The daily has recorded a flagship circulation of 2.9 million broadsheet copies. Noida-headquartered Amar Ujala Publications prints the newspaper, which was established in 1948 and so far produced 19 editions, along with books and magazines. Credit for Amar Ujala’s new outlook and attraction in terms of texture and colourful pages goes in a huge way to Q.I. Press Controls that provides the newspaper mRC-3D camera technology, which is an advanced colour register system. Ten mRC-3D systems have been installed at Amar Ujala’s production plants, that includes the one in Agra.