Blissteck
Ashwani Sahdev, managing director of Blissteck at the company's stand at PackPlus 2023. Photo PSA

Navnit Blister Packs manufactures thermoforming pvc/pet/hips and thermoformed trays and cavities for the food, pharma and cosmetics industries. Based in Manesar in Delhi-NCR, the company has been operating under the brand name Blissteck for more than 30 years. Blissteck recently showcased its thermoformed packaging at PackPlus, held from 10 – 12 August in New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan.

Blissteck manufactures card sliding, card sealed, and clam shell thermoformed packaging along with insert and material handling trays. 

Ashwani Sahdev, managing director of Blissteck, says the demand for thermoformed packaging is increasing as he is getting more orders than before. “We have our own manufacturing, designing and tools, which help us stay ahead in this segment. We design the packaging as per the dimensions provided by the customer and use CNC to create the tools for the customized blister packs,” he said. 

The firm mostly supplies thermoformed trays and cavities to  personal care brand Gillette and some pharmaceutical firms. Sahdev says the Gillette order makes up majority of his business.

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