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Incorporated in Jan. '87, Orient Press (OPL) went public in 1990. It is a subsidary of Madhuban Lending and Holdings. OPL prints public issue stationery. It also has facilities for converting paper rolls into continuous stationery for computer printing and printing share certificates, dividend warrants, etc. It diversified into rotogravure printing and lamination of films to be used in flexible packaging and manufacture of rotogravure cylinders. Printed BOPP and multi-layer laminated and printed films are used in wrappers, bags and pouches for packing a variety of items processed foods, pan masala, tea, coffee, spices, confectionery, soaps, detergents, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. The company came out with a public issue in Nov.