Indian newspaper printer and press manufacturer upbeat about QIPC mRC-3D

The innovative mRC-3D register management system of Q.I. Press Controls (QIPC) helps printers worldwide in saving waste and making the life of their employees easy. The Dutch specialist in measure and control equipment gains new ground in the Indian market, receiving orders from printers and web offset press manufacturers alike.

Q.I. Press Controls (QIPC) has recently received an order for mRC-3D camera from Pudhari Publications in Kolhapur. The newspaper printing house produces the popular Marathi daily Pudhari published from Maharashtra, Goa and North Karnataka. The newspaper is largest is circulated Marathi daily in Western Maharashtra and third-largest in Maharashtra. In the state, the newspaper has different editions for all major districts including Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur, Sangli, Satara, Nasik, Solapur, Ahmadnagar, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Belgaum, Thane, Raigad, Aurangabad, Marathawad and Jalana.

Waste saving

The QIPC mRC-3D-system for colour register is unique in the world. It features the fastest camera capable to measure accurately, regardless of the focus distance and the distortions of the web. As a result, the response time remains very limited and large waste saving can be realised. By equipping the system with double sensors, the possibilities become twice as large and depth can be handled with more efficiently. This is very important in case of flutter, waves and/or creases in the webs.

Long-term cooperation

Pudhari Publications has been familiar with the QIPC systems for some time. The latest order of QIPC mRC-3D-system for its Kolhapur plant fits into a long-term cooperation. The newspaper printer benefits from the above-mentioned features of the mRC-3D-system. “The costs for printing plants are constantly increasing and we were looking for a way to keep them under control,” explains Dr Yogesh Jadav, Managing Director of Pudhari Publications Pvt Ltd. On their partnership with QIPC, he adds, “Thanks to QIPC, we can realise saving in waste and simplify our production.”

SIGMARQ growing

SIGMARQ Technologies, one of promising web offset press manufacturers in India, has installed mRC-3D-systems in most of its presses being installed in the leading newspaper houses across the country. Latest order of the register management system made by SIGMARQ is for a press in Kenya. SIGMARQ is an emerging web offset manufacturer that sees the advantages of QIPC mRC-3D-system, which they like to install them on their presses. “Almost all our presses sold to Jagran Group are equipped with mRC-3D systems,” says Rajesh Ghorpade, Managing Director, SIGMARQ Technologies.

“SIGMARQ is growing,” says Rakeshkumar Dave, Managing Director of QIPC India, adding that the web offset press builder is planning to launch a new high speed newspaper press. He adds that their strong relationship with the web offset press manufacturer helps them find an opportunity to grow along with them. “SIGMARQ’s order of four mRC-3D-cameras that will be installed on a press at Nairobi in Kenya gives us opportunity for our immediate entry in the growing African market,” remarks Rakeshkumar.

More efficient operation

By installing mRC-3D-systems for colour register, both SIGMARQ and Pudhari Publications have the same goal—waste saving and more efficient operation. Rakeshkumar Dave asserts, “Thanks to the mRC-3D-system, the user will get maximum control over the consumption of paper, ink and energy. In addition, higher quality printed material can be delivered and the accuracy and speed of the production process is increased thanks to the fully automated system.”

QIPC develops and delivers innovative, high quality optical measure and control systems. The company is globally active in the newspaper and magazine printing industry, with its total solutions supported by a global service network. The reliable systems of QIPC are proven in the market of existing and new printing presses and the company our customers structural better results.

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