Our Company was started as an offset printing unit during 1997 by Mr. SK Mukhopadhyay (a Printing Technologist in Graphic Arts from Kolkata), who having wide experience in the field of Printing Technology felt the need of assisting organisations large and small to run their businesses smoother and more efficiently with our Company's services.

Mr. Mukhopadhyay had started the Company after working with Hindustan Machine Tools Limited, a Govt. of India undertaking for 22 years as Deputy General Manager of the Machine Tools Business Group Marketing Division.

Currently ADRADIN, has bifurcated into many such services assisting businesses nationally and internationally.

As we all in ADRADIN believe, with quality and on-time deliveries comes fast growth. The first year of ADRADIN saw a turnover of a modest Rs. 22 Lakhs with the current turnover reaching over Rs. 112 Lakhs for the year 2005-2006.

Services that are offered by Adradin are:

>> Conceptualizing
>> Designing
>> Art Work Making
>> Shrink Wrapping for products like Coloured Books, The Holy Bible, Hymn Books, Adhesive Sticker Labels, Cartons, Diaries, Calendars, Brochures, Posters, Danglers, Detail Aid and Packing materials.

Our client base includes Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., IBP, Geological Survey of India, the Reserve Bank of India, Organon India Ltd. Mumbai, Musharraf Tobacco, Jeddah Saudi Arabia and many others.

Printing was first conceived and developed in China and Korea [1]. Primitive woodblock printing was already in use by the 6th century in China. The oldest known surviving printed document is a Buddhist scripture recently discovered in Korea, which dates to 751 [2]. The oldest surviving book printed using the more sophisticated block printing, the Chinese Diamond Sutra (a Buddhist scripture), dates from 868. The movable type printer was invented by Bi Sheng in 1041 during Song Dynasty China. The movable type metal printing press was invented in Korea in 1234 by Chwe Yoon Eyee during the Goryeo Dynasty -216 years ahead of Gutenberg in 1450. By the 12th and 13th century many Chinese libraries contained tens of thousands of printed books. The oldest extant movable metal-type book is the Jikji, printed in 1377 in Korea.

Please feel free to contact us regarding any query that you may have. We promise to do our best to assist you. Remember, we are just a phone call away.



8/1C, Cornfield Road, Kolkata - 700 019.

Phones +91-33-24600488, +91-33-32968815
FAX +91-33-24603275
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