Screen Print India Magazine

Screen Print India Magazine

A Premier Magazine on Screen Printing, Textile Printing, Digital Printing

10 December 2019 : BGMEA and Unilever Bangladesh have decided to join hands and improve the lives of 1 million RMG workers. The RMG manufacturers’ association and the global FMCG manufacturer also agreed to work

GroupM has released a global version of its This Year Next Year report, which predicts that downward revisions notwithstanding, India is expected to grow 7.1 per cent - 7.5 per cent in FY 2020-21 (Fitch/IMF),

10 December 2019, San Francisco, CA, USA : By 2030, India could produce 8 digital giants - like Amazon in US retail or Tencent in Chinese media-in massive markets such as health, food, retail, financial

05 December 2019 : Following its successful debut in 2018, the IPACK-Mat project devoted entirely to innovative solutions in the field of high value-added materials will be back at the 25th IPACK-IMA to be held

20 November 2019, Mumbai : Nizam Appas, Properietor YesGo was conferred with Most Fabulous Leaders in Packaging Industry Awards by National Congress & Awards for Sustainable Exports & Packaging in a highly engaging confluence of

05 December 2019, Mumbai : 7th edition of Techtextil India, 2019 witnessed a strong participation of 192 exhibitors from major countries across the world. The much-anticipated event curated a gamut of technical textile solutions from

08 December 2019, Mumbai : The formula for attaining success is as simple as watching a snowball rolling downhill. It starts as a small, almost insignificant sized object but as it keeps rolling the size

05 December 2019, Mumbai : Umrao Automation Pvt. Ltd. is offering Roll to Roll printing machines that are fabricated in compliance with international quality standards using latest technology. These machines are suitable for printing on

Gartner Reveals Marketing Predictions to Guide Marketers Through Uncertain Times Ahead By 2025, 80% of marketers who have invested in personalization will abandon their efforts due to lack of ROI, the perils of customer data

Current studies show that an increasing number of people are sleeping badly. Researchers cite stress, noise, increasing light pollution and the permanent availability of smartphones and the like as the causes. Heimtextil (7-10 January 2020)