Established in the year 1972 by its founder Mr. S. M. Shah, Manugraph India Ltd., is India’s largest manufacturer of web offset presses. It is the first Indian company to have achieved a breakthrough in exporting “Made in India” printing machines to advanced countries such as Germany, France, UK & USA as early as in 1994-95. Over the years, Manugraph has emerged as a thriving, nimble, printing machinery manufacturing enterprise, because of its ability to adapt itself rapidly to meet the challenges of a competitive economy and its commitment to be a supplier of choice by delighting customers with its excellent services and cutting edge technology. Manugraph believes that the key to maintaining a sustained success is choosing the right technologies and applying them to build cost-effective quality machines. Constant modernization and employment of state-of-the-art technology has enabled Manugraph to stay ahead in the industry, always.
Motivating management practices, excellent leadership, highly skilled workforce and a well focused approach has led Manugraph to achieving the goal of being the leader in the niche 4-page Newspaper Offset Printing Press market. Manugraph owes its strong position as a supplier of choice not only to its technical competence, but also to its clear orientation towards the customer wishes. Once functionality and timing are agreed upon, the client could relax, knowing well Manugraph would deliver quality presses exactly as agreed upon, right on time. Manugraph develops strong business partnerships with clients, providing most satisfactory after-sale services on a continuous
In India, Manugraph ranks as Numero Uno in the manufacture of web offset presses. With a whopping 60% market share and quality presses ranging in speeds from 35,000 – 70,000 copies per hour, Manugraph presses are present in nearly all major publication houses.
Manugraph has significant presence in the international market too. Leading publishers from South America, Europe, Middle East, Asia & the CIS countries have all invested in Manugraph presses.