26 AUGUST, 2010 : International Print-o-Pac Limited was adjudged the ‘PrintWeek Company of the Year’ at the PrintWeek 2010 awards hosted by Haymarket Media, international publishers of PrintWeek, at a glittering ceremony in Mumbai which was attended by leading corporates, advertising agencies, print specialists, pre-press & print companies.
International Print-o-Pac (IPP) provides quality paperboard packaging and printing solutions for global FMCG and publishing companies.
Rishabh Singhvi, Executive Director of IPP, commented “We are delighted to be awarded ‘PrintWeek Company of the Year’ and continue efforts to better our past performance. We will focus on innovation, new technology and human resource management to further improve our service offering, ensure customer satisfaction and achieve substantial growth year-on-year.”
IPP achieved sales of Rs. 210 crore in FY 2010. The company is now managed by a dedicated core team of professionals with relevant technical background and international experience. IPP employs over 1000 qualified personnel, sourced from the best printing schools countrywide. The company identifies extensive training provided to the workforce, and early adoption and successful implementation of new technologies as its main sources of competitive advantage.
The ‘PrintWeek Company of the Year’ award is the supreme accolade for India’s top printers. This PrintWeek India sponsored award recognizes outstanding achievement based on the financial and business performance of a company. The year under review was April 2009 to March 2010. The other important parameters for selection were outstanding examples of customer service, business strategy and management.
The 21-member strong jury comprised of top management from corporates, design specialists from top advertising agencies and print specialists such as Hindustan Unilever, Tata AIG, Tata Services, Indian Express, Kansai Nerolac Paints, O&M, Publicis Ambience, Forbes India, Ka Designs, Starcom MediaVest, Ergo India, Laqshya Media & Orient Blackswan who considered entries submitted by 91 print companies.