Mathura’s G-tech Print Works invests in Welbound WB@2500

Gaurav Agrawal of G-tech Print Works

Mathura-based G-tech Print Works has recently invested in a WB@2500, the new model of six-clamp binder from Welbound. According to Gaurav Agrawal of G-tech, the new investment has given the company the advantage of higher speed and better quality.

Run by the father-son duo, Anil Kumar Agrawal and Gaurav Agrawal, G-tech Print Works prints government text books, NCERT books, guides and question banks, work books, etc. Its target customers include all government departments, PSUs, and publishing houses, with the state education department being its biggest customer.

Working from two swanky units in aggregate 35,000-sqft covered area, Agrawal said the company’s USP is the fastest turnaround of books. In this, the new WB@2500 has been a great help.

Agrawal said, “All our perfect binding jobs are done on six-clamp Welbound machines. The recently installed WB@2500 has given us advantages of higher speed and better quality. The machine also provides us detailed information on the daily production, which is very important while working in a highly competitive environment.”

While Agrawal is proud of the works G-tech Print Works has done over the years, he said the company is especially proud of its association with the MP Text Book Corporation, Bhopal. In another big project, G-tech Print Works printed around 8.91 lakh copies of the book Seekhne Ke Pratifal for Sarva Siksha Abhiyan Uttarakhand for 2018-19. The company also supplied school books to Haryana state within a tight deadline of 45 days.

Mathura is one of the largest textbook print production centres in the country. Textbooks of various state governments, be it north, east or west, get printed in this town.

“As reliability of machines and prompt after-sales are of utmost importance to remain competitive, book printers in Mathura always rely on us. The father-son duo of Anil and Gaurav Agrawal has reputation for keeping deadlines while delivering quality,” Ramakant Singh, Impel-Welbound’s regional manager for North India, said.

Anil Kumar, Impel-Welbound’s national sales manager, added, “We are proud of our customers in Mathura, like G-tech Print Works, who produce textbooks for state governments cost-effectively and ‘in time’, so that our children can have affordable education. In the coming days, appropriately named ‘Book Days’, we will celebrate such achievements.”