Contribution Officers of the Sign Printing India Association to the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund Handing over to Minister for Industries P .Rajiv.

 Contribution Officers of the Sign Printing India Association to the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund Handing over to Minister for Industries P .Rajiv.

Contribution Officers of the Sign Printing India Association to the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund Handing over to Rajiv. Kochi: The Sign Printing Industries Association (SPIA), a consortium of indoor and outdoor flex printing units, has donated Rs 50,000 to the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund. Minister P. The office bearers handed over the check to Rajiv. District President Stephen Madavana, Secretary A Luxus Michael, Treasurer Sheriff P. Hassan and Laiju attended. The office bearers also informed that the association has donated goods worth Rs 25,000 to the community kitchen of Kochi Corporation. Sun, 30 May 2021

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Contribution Officers of the Sign Printing India Association to the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund Handing over to Minister for Industries P Rajiv. Kochi: The Sign Printing Industries Association (SPIA), a consortium of indoor and outdoor flex printing units, has donated Rs 50,000 to the Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund. Minister for Industries P.Rajiv The office bearers handed over the check to Rajiv. District President Stephen Madavana, Secretary A Luxus Michael, Treasurer Sheriff P. Hassan and Laiju attended. The office bearers also informed that the association has donated goods worth Rs 25,000 to the community kitchen of Kochi Corporation. Sun, 30 May 2021


Flex Printing Industry has been in existence in Kerala for 22 years. Everyone, including you, is a user of our service. Originally Flux, it is now printed on a variety of media, including textiles and paper, all of which have MSMEs and 10 to 150 employees. The government banned Flux by an order. Gradually we came to accept it and work but Flux is a one-time use | As it is not differentiated as regular use, all the corporate and banking jobs in Kerala are now coming from other states. Signboards of institutions like Kerala Bank and KSFE across Kerala used Flux last year despite the ban on Flux as the government itself knows that Flux is an inevitable part of permanent senag. Sir, it is true that there is no other option for permanent signage in the Soft Signage Category now except Flux. I humbly request that you conduct a scientific study on this, including our representative. According to Gazette Notification (531) dated 11th March, 2021, Government of India, Flux Banner is now delisted. Similarly, a notification issued by the National Green Tribunal means that products that can be reused, recycled or converted to another energy should not be banned. We can submit scientific evidence that the material of flux can be changed in all these 3 ways.
We have made a good effort as per the recommendation of the Hon’ble Chief Minister to the Department of Industries regarding the allocation of Flux Recycling Plant in the Open Forum of the Department of Industries. In both epidemics, a good percentage of companies are suffering from the destruction of expensive machines that cannot be properly maintained and maintained. We humbly request you to give priority to our institutions in the Revival and Rehabilitation Scheme for Defunt MSME’s and revive them. Lockdown is kindly requested to go to the establishment once in 2 days whenever possible and make arrangements so that the machines can be given permission to maintain in advance. Ouseppachan PP State President – Sentech Ernakulam Vijayaraj Anirudhan – State General Secretary Wish Traders, Thiruvananthapuram

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