Sponsor Highlights – Magic International Pvt Ltd
Quality Book Printing and Stationery in India. The top 50 in both categories get gratitude diary from them.
Magic was founded by Mr. RB Batra who was a refugee from Pakistan and started with a small book binding unit in narrow lanes of old delhi in an area called, Chitli Qabar. With persistant determination and years of hard work across 3 generations, his efforts have turned Magic to be one of the finest book printing business in Asia. Today the business is led by a professional team with an in-depth experience in book manufacturing and paper stationery items such as Notebooks, Pads and Envelopes. Our Infrastructure include an array of printing presses, automated bindery and finishing machines to produce books, matching to international standards.
Magic has been consistently ranked as one of the top book printing presses and has been working with some of the finest publishers and retail stores across the world for books, notebooks and envelopes.
The Infrastructure at Magic, include an array of printing presses, automated bindery and finishing machines to produce books matching to international standards. They operate from a state of the art factory spread across 300,000 square feet employing a team of 400 skilled personal. The production facility conform to ISO 9001-2000 quality standards and function on an oracle based ERP system to manage world class efficiencies.
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FITStar of the week – Kishore Chinta
Former IAF fighter pilot, Kishore Chinta, who now flies business jets, wears a motley hat. He is an air crash survivor, a family man to the core, adrenaline junky and a gourmet who loves his single malt. The captain feels his participation in 100Day Challenge last year helped him overcome the covid delta variant after effects.
His fitness agenda includes getting off the diabetes and asthma meds and feel healthy naturally. With 100 day challenge 2.0, Capt. Chinta wants to resume his fitness regime and get back on track. For those who are still struggling to get into a fitness discipline. Captain Chinta has succinct mantra- “Just make a start and keep pushing yourself to do a little better than yesterday.”