Prof. Kamal Chopra Re-elected as WPCF President

Prof. Kamal Mohan Chopra has been re-elected as the President of the World Print & Communication Forum (WPCF). Prof. Chopra was unanimously accepted by the member countries to continue for another three year term. The announcement was made at the WPCF board meeting held on 21 September, 2023, at Bangkok, Thailand.

“It is a proud moment for me and a huge honour to be re-elected as the President of WPCF. I was excited on being unanimously chosen to continue in this position for another three years. I believe that my previous experience will prove to be highly beneficial during my second term. I look forward to do more for my fellow Indian printers and also the industry as a whole,” says an elated Prof. Chopra. It must be recalled that Prof. Chopra was the first Indian to be appointed as the WPCF President on 8 December, 2020, when he took over from Michael Makin, who stepped down following his departure from the US printing trade association PRINTING United Alliance.

Besides being the WPCF President, Prof. Chopra is the owner of Foil Printers, one of the top printing presses in Ludhiana, India. He has also been an honorary professor in three international universities, and currently holds the position of General Secretary at Ludhiana-based Offset Printers’ Association (OPA).

Headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, the WPCF is a collaborative platform for the world’s major transnational and national printing associations to work together to promote the development and prosperity of the global printing industry. The WPCF also facilitates and encourages communication with other parts of the print value chain to further develop the print and communication market through international and cross-industry collaboration and knowledge-sharing.

Founded in 2004, the WPCF represents eight transnational and national printing associations, including national federations from Brazil, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, and Korea, and transnational federations representing the interests of Europe and North America.

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