RIND Survey, in its 38th year, continues to focus on the technical aspects relating to newspaper production. In recent years, this has expanded to include developments in television, the Internet and social or new media. It has a wide canvas reporting as it does on technical developments around the world, since all of it impacts publishers and editors in India as well.

Buffalo News strengthens bond with QIPC
Following in the wake of Engineering Automation Electronics (EAE), QI Press Controls (QIPC) is now to enter into a partnership with The Buffalo News Inc. .... MORE >
KBA performance ‘bolsters investors’ confidence
In addition to a presentation by president and CEO Claus Bolza-Schünemann outlining the company’s favourable performance in 2016 and the first quarter of 2017, details .... MORE >
Vorländer invests in Geoman e:line
The book and offset printing and publishing house Vorländer produces their daily Siegener Zeitung on the worldwide first Geoman e:line from manroland web systems. In .... MORE >
Ricoh achieves Ghent certification
The Ghent Workgroup (GWG) that represents the print and publishing community, including industry, vendors, associations and educational members, has announced that Ricoh has successfully achieved .... MORE >
Newsprinters, QIPC focused on innovation
Collaboration between the UK-based printer, Newsprinters UK, and the Dutch specialist in automation systems for the printing industry, QI Press Controls (QIPC), is progressing well. .... MORE >
KBA Rapida 105 for Al-Resala Press
It was back in 1968 that Jassim Mubarak Al-Jassim founded the company Al-Resala Printing Press in Kuwait. As a journalist with entrepreneurial instinct, his idea .... MORE >
Kraft-Schlötels, manroland combine two presses
Kraft-Schlötels, a sub company of WKS Druckholding, and manroland web systems are looking back on a long and successful partnership with many groundbreaking highlights for .... MORE >
Successful China Print for KBA
Koenig & Bauer (KBA) is able to report on an extremely successful China Print in Beijing. This year’s show was placed under the motto, Origin .... MORE >
International Color Quality Club will now include magazines
For the first time since its launch in 1994, WAN-IFRA's International Color Quality Club (INCQC), the worldwide quality printing competition, 2018–2020, is now open to all .... MORE >
KBA reports strong new business
The Koenig & Bauer Group commenced on a high note this year, the year in which it celebrates its 200th anniversary, with a 20.7 per .... MORE >