10 may 2018, Mumbai : Prabhat Dhungana, the CEO of Chiwan Kagaj Ghar, is ambitious when it comes to his wholesale wedding cards and printing materials business. Sharing the firm’s origins and history, he explains, “Our business as Chitwan Paper House for only paper suppliers was started in 1998 by Tirtha Ghimire. At that point of time we provided only paper. From 2003 I start to handle this office, changed the name to Chitwan Kagaz Ghar and start to deal in printing material and wedding cards. We are in Narayanghat city from 2003.
“In 2014 we started the next branch as CKG Wedding cards at Bharatpur. CKG Wedding Cards import all goods from other countries supplying to all dealers. We supply our goods in 25 districts and have about 2,000 customers including 250-300 dealers and sub-dealers. We deal in screen material, offset material, banding material, some mini machines like butterfly, t-shirts heat transfer, automatically screening printing machine, perfecting machines, nylon stamp machine, self ink machine, plate heater for offset printing.”
Sharing the latest development, he says, “Now in 2018 we started another branch in Pokhara at Naya Bazar. Pokhara is a capital city, famous for tourism. It is called the ‘Switzerland of Nepal’ also. It is also rich as lots of factories have been set up. There is a industrial area also. Our new branch is named CKG Suppliers.”
The young and energetic Prabhat Dhungana has been in printing industry for the last 15 years. He is well known personality in the Nepal printing industry and also the ‘face of Nepal’s printing industry.’ He is the President of the new association – Screen Print Nepal which was established in 2017. To keep himself updated with the new technologies, Prabhat Dhungana keeps visiting various international print exhibitions, including Screen Print India in Mumbai. Back home, as a concerned entrepreneur he shares his knowledge and information with the Nepal’s printing community. As a President he makes efforts to bring newness and educate the screen printers in Nepal.