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Bahubali Digiglam Deploys Konica Minolta’s MGI JETvarnish 3DS & iFOIL S

October, 10, 2018

Marking yet another major market win, Konica Minolta Business Solutions has recently installed the MGI JETvarnish 3DS & iFOIL S at Bahubali Digiglam. The innovative UV coating and hot foiling solution was installed by Konica Minolta in June 2018 and is the first digital production equipment to be installed at Bahubali Digiglam.

Founded in 2018, Bahubali Digiglam is managed by its Directors – Mr. Sanjeev Jain, Mr. Sanjay Jain, Mr. Kshitiz Jain, and Mr. Akshat Jain. The promoters hold extensive experience of more than 2 decades in the offset printing and paper manufacturing business. Bahubali is a leading manufacturer of invitation and wedding cards with a pan-India distribution network. With the addition of MGI JETvarnish 3DS & iFOIL S to its portfolio, Bahubali Digiglam has significantly expanded its portfolio of printing services and is able to cater to evolving customer requirements by leveraging advanced printing technology enabled by MGI JETvarnish 3DS & iFOIL S.

Commenting on the installation, Bahubali Diggilam and Monarch Cards & Papers Directors, Mr. Sanjay Jain commented “Having been in the offset printing and paper manufacturing business for over 20 years, we realised the differentiation that a move towards digital printing can bring for our business. MGI’s technology is perfectly suited to work on a much larger number of new-age printing applications. We can now cater to client demands requiring innovative printing solutions and ensure smoother, more profitable operations for our business. The pre- and post-sales support from Konica Minolta has also been fantastic.”

Bahubali Digiglam has also partnered with YellowInks.com to offer its MGI print services through the online channel. The tie-up with YellowInks.com – which offers a wide range of high-quality print products at affordable prices, along with design tools suited for every skill level and need – allows users to create professional-quality prints with customised messaging through the MGI JETvarnish 3DS & iFOIL S. By enabling users to create high-quality prints in both bulk and small quantities through the YellowInk.com marketplace, Bahubali Digiglam is greatly expanding its market outreach and ensuring that customers have access to cutting-edge printing technology at the most affordable prices.

Mr. Vijay Kamat, National Product Manager – Industrial Print, Konica Minolta Business Solutions India, added, “We are committed to delivering the best-in-class printing technology to our clients in order to help them survive and thrive in a dynamically-changing market. We want to help them grow and scale their business, improve their productivity, and raise their profitability. We are extremely enthused by the traction we have received from Bahubali Digiglam, and are looking to help more printing businesses across the country with our innovative range of printing solutions.”

MGI JETvarnish 3DS & iFOIL S is a spot UV coating and hot foiling solution designed for advanced print jobs. It leverages innovative, cutting-edge printing technology to easily and conveniently spot varnish all digital prints, highlight defined areas, or add 3D effects, transforming normal printouts into spectacular, irresistible prints full of vivid visual and tactile information. The digital spot UV coating process is 100% variable data capable, with barcode reader options that enable custom spot varnished prints with unique graphics, text, and numeric data on books, packaging, 3D magazine covers, 3D packaging, invitation cards etc.



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