SPC embraces biggest technological shift in school book printing arena

The Inauguration of the state-of-the-art Komori GL440 advanced offset printing machine followed by a tree planting program took place at the State Printing Corporation (SPC), Panaluwa recently.The ceremony was conducted in the presence of the Corporation staff, officials from the Ministry of Education and members of JDC Printing Technologies (Pvt) Ltd., the local agents for Komori, Japan who handled the installation and commissioning of the machine. The investment in the new Lithrone G40 advance model is an important upgrade from conventional presses achieved in partnership with Komori, Japan.

This is the first 4 color sheet fed offset printing machine SPC has installed since 1982. The new Lithrone G40 Advance is by far the biggest technological shift in the schoolbook printing arena in Sri Lanka. Upscaling is a constant process and now with Komori, SPC has the tools and techniques to deliver on time without any compromise in quality. Investment in this press certainly contributes to the modernization of the factory and creates new markets and opportunities for SPC.

JDC Printing Technologies, incorporated in 1979, a subsidiary of Nawaloka Holdings and a member of Redline Capital is a well recognized name in the printing and packaging industry in Sri Lanka having established its position as one of the leading suppliers of machinery and materials from pre-press to finishing.Chandula Perera, Managing Director, Redline Capital; Dinesh Mervyn, CEO, JDC Group of Companies; Buddhike Fernando, Head of Sales; Chaminda de Silva, Technical Manager (offset) and the Technical Team from JDC participated in the event while Invitees from the Ministry of Education were M.N. Ranasinghe, Secretary, and D.S. Pathmasiri, Chief Financial Officer.


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