Ganesh printers strengthen capacity for printing books
By Wek Atak Kacjang
Ganesh Printers Company South Sudan has scaled up its capacities to print school textbooks, publications in order to strengthen education sector in the country.
Speaking to Juba Monitor over the weekend, Ganesh Managing Director Vimal Vemparala said that since Ganesh came in 2015, the printing cost has gone down.
“Currently Ganesh Company has trained most of the South Sudanese citizens to get technical training skills in order to support their skills in future. Our lives are linked to printing so much that most of the time we take it for granted because printing is one of the most important components of our society today,” he said.
He added that printing is an essential component of all types of business promotions.
“Today it is hard to imagine a world without printed material seven in the digital age, products produced by presses are still an integral part of daily life,” Mr. Vimal added.
He further said, “As printing presses developed and the use of color was incorporated into the machines, the potential for them to spread news, information and educate grew further with new types of publication emerging from all time.”
He revealed that one of the main benefits of the printing press was that it allowed ideas and news to be shared quickly which helped users in the renaissance, reformation, the age of enlightenment and the scientific revolution.
“Ganesh company is willing to bring more quality industry to people of South Sudan and I thank all government institutions and all free agencies for being cooperate with Ganesh company,”he concluded.