Bangalore: New Premises of Brilliant Printers Dedicated
From Our Special Correspondent
Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore
Bangalore, Aug 18: The Bangalore-based Brilliant Printers Pvt Ltd, which has earned a name for itself as a quality printing company having the state-of-the-art printing machinery and capability of printing over 10 million books annually, had the blessing and dedication of its new and spacious work premises in the Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board’s industrial area at Bashettahalli in Doddaballapur, in the city outskirts on Saturday August 18.
Archbishop of Bangalore Dr Bernard Moras blessed the sprawling and spacious premises with a total production area of 84,000 sq. ft. and the most modern and sophisticated printing machinery, at a simple function in the factory premises attended by close family friends, business associates and the employees. Karnataka Bank Ltd Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer P Jayarama Bhat, who has been closely associated with the company since its humble beginning under late A V Rego in 1970 and its present pre-eminent position in the printing world, was the chief guest at the dedication ceremony.
The Archbishop blessed the statues of St Joseph, the patron of workers, and Mother Mary of Lourdes installed prominently in the premises signaling the deep religious moorings of the Rego family, especially Mrs Irene Rego and her three sons – Anil , Sunil and Manil – who have been running the company since the last several years. Later he unveiled the photo of late A V Rego, which is prominently displayed inside the premises.
The blessing and dedication ceremony was a simple and dignified affair with prayer service.
The Archbishop congratulated Mrs Irene Rego and her three sons for quite efficiently and ably running the company started by A V Rego and said the family’s commitment to society and all customers were exemplary. ”The unity, dedication and commitment of the three brothers with maternal guidance are the secret behind the success of Brilliant Printers,” he said showering God’s choicest blessings on the company.
Karnataka Bank Managing Director and CEO P Jayarama Bhat recalled that he was intimately involved and associated with the growth of the company, which has been the Bank’s most valued customer since its inception. “The company has grown leaps and bounds and has reached a niche in printing circles under the dynamic and result-oriented leadership of the three sons of late A V Rego,” he said wishing them a brilliant success in the coming years.
Brilliant Printers, as their tagline says, ”Printing Your Impressions…Brilliantly,” is one of the few printing establishments in the State which is equipped with state-of-art pre-press, printing and binding machines from Kodak, Komori, Kolbus, Timson, Muller Martini, Fuji, MBO, Aster, Wholenberg, Shoei. The printing machines are capable of handling thin quality paper, from 28 gsm and above.
With a capability of producing more than 10 million books a year, which are shipped to over 70 counties, the book production includes saddle stitched, perfect bound and section sewn of both soft and hard cover. The company can print in sheet as well as web formats. It specializes in production of high quality books, Bibles, Bhagwad Gita, and other religious and technical books, corporate brochures, annual reports, specialized magazines, diaries, calendars etc.
Equipped with automated guilding facility, which is the first and the only machine of its kind in Karnataka, it has a strong workforce of 300. It has a strong presence in the Indian and US markets and is fully equipped with latest and modern typesetting, CTP, printing, fully automated binding and finishing operations all on one floor.
A brand synonymous with quality, on time delivery of products and services to the satisfaction of the vast multitudes of domestic and foreign customers, the company has been awarded CRISIL rating of SE 1A, which is the highest for performance capability and financial strength. Naturally, the company is known as a pioneer in adapting and upgrading new technologies and processes.
(Brilliant Pinters are the printers of the Daijiworld English Weekly).