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05 September 2020: Roland DGA Corporation launched a new TrueVIS VF2-640 – a 64-inch eco-solvent wide-format printer. The VF2-640 offers users a whole new level of color control and vibrancy, making it easy to produce

04 September 2020: Mid-Day, claimed to be the only English tabloid in India to register a 4% growth in readership in the last quarter of 2019-2020 (Source: IRS Q3 results). Mid-day has reached 10 crore

04 September 2020: Xaar, the leading inkjet printing technology company, has introduced new packaging across its printhead portfolio, reducing its plastic consumption by 1.2 tonnes per year. In a business initiative to remove packaging complexity

04 September 2020: A recent survey on the global personal protective equipment demand states that the market size is projected to reach $92.86 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 7.4%. Huge demand for PPE to

04 September 2020: CSIR-CMERI has developed the World’s Largest Solar Tree. The solar tree is installed at CSIR-CMERI Residential Colony, Durgapur. The Solar Tree has been designed in a manner to ensure maximum exposure of

04 September 2020: Newspapers turn out to be the most trusted news source during this pandemic, according to the survey report released by EY. The report ‘Will non-metro markets propel India’s recovery’, reveals that 32%

04 September 2020: The latest Quarterly Industrial Printer Tracker from global researcher International Data Corporation (IDC) states that the Asia/Pacific region showed the start of a recovery in the second quarter. However, the new data

03 September 2020: Amid a global recession, 2020 will see the sharpest fall in global entertainment and media (E&M) revenue in the 21-year history of this research, with a decline of 5.6% from 2019 more

03 September 2020: Indian Railways is set to produce solar energy for meeting all its energy consumption needs of more than 33 billion units by 2030. This will accelerate the Railways’ mission to achieve the

03 September 2020: Solar cells can now be made so thin, light and flexible that they can rest on a soap bubble, according to the team of KAUST Solar Center (KSC), King Abdullah University of