The Organization

Prakhya Art Printers Pvt. Ltd. is one of the quality multicolor offset printers in Hyderabad, India. Back in 1979, the company has started as a “Commercial Designer” under the name and style of Prakhya Arts. With their creative works and the omnipresence of their services in print requirements of medicinal products, “Prakhya” has been considered as the pioneer of graphic designing in the Pharmaceutical Industry.

As Prakhya only offered creative graphic services at their outset, the print productions have been carried out at various printing firms. Due to poor print production qualities or inconsistencies, Prakhya’s graphic designs have been often downgraded in the print output. Having learned about this, Prakhya has acquired high quality print production equipment and infrastructure to setup its own “printing press”. This move has enabled Prakhya to not only safeguard their creative designs but also to render their vibrant color and quality in the final printed product.

In 1982, Prakhya Art Printers has been established amongst great appreciation and support from well-wishers and clients. Citing history on how Rome was not built in a day, Prakhya Art Printers has started out with a 1-color press. With prominent and consistent progress, the printing establishment has expanded its wings to bring out final output of printing beauty, Prakhya crowned the printing industry with a first-of-its-kind 5-color offset press, ADAST Dominant 725P, in Andhra Pradesh, India. Thus, Prakhya has come forward into the printing marketplace as a Multicolor Offset Printer. In no time, Prakhya Art Printers has been looked up to as a high-quality printing firm that graphically and visually communicates with its clients whether be the industrial, commercial, business, or the end-user.

Prakhya Art Printers has newly acquired Komori New Lithrone L26, a 6-color offset press to boost its production and quality capabilities. This will help us reaching out to markets that need large-scale quantity, and quality-consistency as well. 

Also recently acquired is a Komori Lithrone 428, 4-color offset press to cater to the needs of larger sized print works.  In the plans of further acquisition is another Komori, Lithrone 440, a 28x40 to produce high-quality for much larger-scale print works such as packaging needs, high-volume book printing, large-format posters, etc.

Prakhya Arts has now opened up its representation in Australia. This brings our service closer to its customer in this region, making our commitment stronger and healthier.