08 August 2022

Nikhil Offset buys Kodak Achieve platesetter

Delhi’s commercial printer Nikhil Offset has invested in a Kodak Achieve 800 Thermal platesetter that produces 18 plates an hour of 1030x838mm. The machine was supplied and installed by Monotech Systems.

Naresh Kumar Sirpaul, director, Nikhil Offset, said that the company sees most demand for publishing and consumes around 1,500 – 2,000 plates a month. It opted for Kodak Achieve platesetter to service the high demand.  
 
‘The Kodak Achieve offers a process less technology which contributes to the sustainability and hence it was the first choice. Sustainability and climate protection are playing an increasingly prominent role in all aspects of life, and not even the Covid-19 pandemic has managed to push them off the agenda. Reducing environmental impact has become a much more important factor in recent years in every sector of the economy. We printers are no exception – not only because of the increasingly stringent environmental standards that the industry must meet. Sustainability is also high on the list of priorities for printers’ customers and consumers. Not surprisingly, the prospects of success are better for businesses that opt for sustainable processes. Monotech Systems has good after-sales support, and they already have a good reputation in the market. It has been a wonderful experience interacting with the team and with their services.’ he added.  
 
Established in 1989, Nikhil Offset, is one of the leading printing businesses in New Delhi’s Okhla Industrial Area. With a setup of 4-color Heidelberg, 2-color Heidelberg and 4-color Komori offset presses the company serves customers in the publishing industry.  
 
Kodak Achieve T400/T800 platesetters deliver the stability of Kodak’s thermal light-valve imaging technology. They are based on the Kodak Trendsetter platesetter platform and available with several automation and speed options. 
 
Monotech Systems has been a supplier of pre-press equipment for more than two decades and has already installed more than 800 CtP systems in the Indian market.  

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