Iran’s digital publishing not lagging behind the world
Publish Date : Wednesday 27 May 2015 - 23:11
IBNA- In a meeting on future markets of digital printing and the formations impact on future digital publishing, the member of the board of directors of Iran’s Digital Printing Union Amir Hossein Ghasemi said that Iran’s digital printing isn’t lagging behind the world.
According to IBNA
correspondent, the meeting future markets of digital printing and the formations impact on future digital publishing was held on Wednesday, May 25, 2015, in the Conference Hall of the 5th
Exhibition of the Digital Printing and Desktop Publishing, with the speech of Ghasemi, who is also the director of Tolou-e-Pardazesh Complex.
Digital printing fever runs high in our country
In this meeting, Ghassemi pointed to the arrival of the first digital printing equipment in Iran in 2004 and said: “Digital printing industry does not have a long history as offset, due to the dependence of this industry on technology.”
He further described the situation of digital printing in Iran and added: “In the field of digital printing, Iran is not behind the advances made by this industry in the past 15 years, and in a sense, we have moved along with the development of this industry. The fever of digital industry runs high in our country."