This Startup Wants To Make A Change; Becomes The First In India To Provide Eco-friendly Printing Solutions

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Printview, a Bhubaneswar based printing solution startup has launched an all new dimension in the world of digital printing, with eco-friendly materials and technology. It became the first Indian company to facilitate eco-digital printing for the customers.

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“In a scenario where environmental issues are on the rise, Printview is committed to do its best when it comes to saving natural resources without compromising on the quality it is known to deliver,” says Siddheswar Panda, Founder of Printview.

Digital Printing takes a toll on the most important natural resource of this planet – Trees. The use of paper for various purposes is an inevitable cause. But finding an alternative is always innovative. And we, at Printview, believe in innovation,” he adds.

With the aid of Konica Minolta, the company would make the best use of technologies like Toner recycling system, Induction Heating (IH) fusing technology, Optimal Power Control and Low TEC values. All the raw materials to be used for printing would be a part of BIOMASS, a biodegradable material. And most significantly, the quality of the end products would be at par with those that are best in this category.
Conserving natural resources is one of the core challenges and contributes to the company’s management philosophy – Going Green, Efficiently.

What started as a college dorm room startup, within a very short span of time, Printview is now delivering over 2000 items per day and has shown significant double-digit month-on-month growth. It has a product catalog ranging from professionally designed business cards to customized merchandises.

“With Innovation, we just do not mean printing a visually stunning masterpiece. Our motto also means new ways of protecting the environment,” says Siddheswar.

An engineer by education and an entrepreneur by choice. Asish is a TCS Best Student Awardee, NDTV featured student entrepreneur and International School of Entrepreneurship Education awardee. He also worked with many startups and big companies for their business development and strategical growth. Asish has been heading The Startup Journal since its inception in 2014.