industrial printing/general printing
include advertisement in various media. We consider coverage in trade magazines as one of the best advertisements for our business,” adds Gan. Enigo’s customers include direct agents, designers, advertising firms and those who wish to have this as a career and have knowledge of designing and printing. “We, in fact, never have direct customer at all and all our business is only through our esteemed agents,” reveals Gan. Being a one-stop-shop for their customers’ needs make it easier for them too to retain customers. They have majority of customers as repeat customers who too are satisfied with the quality and service by Enigo and one-stop convenience is another plus for them. “A hassle free environment is what we provide to our customers and commitment on delivery times is what makes us unique,” avows Gan. Choosing a particular printing process is not a big issue at Enigo. Once an agent sends
them the design, based on the quantities ordered for, they decide which process – Offset or Digital – to use. “Shorter runs, obviously go into the Digital Printing kitty, while the long runs take the pride of place with the Offset,” explains Gan.
proof which makes it easier to match the colours right. They have tie-up with reputed courier services to deliver the finished products impeccable and fast. Usually, the ‘next day delivery’ schedules are maintained within the country.
Enigo has a wide range of ready-made templates which are extremely user friendly and are used by their agents and customers alike for designing purposes. “Our annual turnover is about 10 million ringgits as of now and we expect a good boost with more and more people going Online and placing orders increasingly as per convenience,” identifies Gan.
Gan thinks competition in printing is very tough. Survival of traditional business is chiefly dependent upon pricing, support from suppliers and an all-inclusive product portfolio going to the extent of even hard cover binding services in-house. He, however, has found his niche in his Online Printing business. He is extremely pleased by the payment options, systems based approach and risk free model. The USP of Enigo is meeting commitments. “We leave no chance of missing our commitment and that is the key to our being a class apart from the average,” he emphasises. Gan has invested over 30 million in the business over the years. Today he finds that the business has returned him, above all, the satisfaction of being a successful printer.
The company today has everything inhouse including layouting, planning, film making, plate making, printing, die cutting, embellishment additions like UV and Foiling etc. for the convenience of the customers. With a staff strength of about 70 personnel in the press, Enigo is adequately equipped to ward off any possibility of delays in job execution. Normally, they follow the CMYK
MPS adds Interworld Cre as Philippines representative A second new agent appointment since the opening of the local MPS Systems Asia office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. and has built strong partnerships with many reputable printers,” said George Tan, MPS Area Sales Manager. “With a population of over 106 million people, and one of the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia, the Philippines is a key territory for MPS. With Interworld Cre on board, we are in an ideal position to locally service and support label and packaging printers and increase MPS presence in this exciting region.”
MPS has made another move in its strategy to expand local presence in Asia with the appointment of a second new agent. Interworld Cre is now locally representing MPS flexo, offset, and hybrid press solutions for label and packaging printers in the Philippines, following the recent appointment of Chimeng Packaging as the local MPS agent in Taiwan. “With many years’ experience selling flexo auxiliary equipment in the narrow and wideweb industry, Interwork Cre is well connected
Established in 2007, Interworld Cre is one of the leading suppliers in Philippines’ graphic art industry and is known for its high quality service and a strong technical support team. In addition to MPS, Interworld Cre represents several industry suppliers with a product portfolio including sheet-fed die cutters, anilox rolls, diecutting consumables, pressroom chemicals, steel rule dies, and finishing systems. MPS will provide extensive and in-depth training to Interworld Cre service engineers at its headquarters in Arnhem, The Netherlands.
Other recent developments in Asia since the opening of the local MPS office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia include the appointment of Julius Urbano as Regional Service Engineer and Suwannee Tantisrisuk Area Sales Manager for Thailand and Southeast Asia. MPS is actively supporting local industry events and conferences with Tim Klappe, Managing Director of MPS Asia Pacific. MPS is a globally renowned high-quality brand of flexo and offset press solutions for label and flexible packaging printers.
Apr - Jun 2018