Arofine Polymers at PrintPack India 2022 Hall 3, Stand B20B

Showcasing water-based pasting adhesives, lamination, emulsions and coatings

Arofine Polymers
Arofine Adhesives

Pune-based Arofine Polymers, an eco-friendly industrial adhesives company, will showcase a variety of innovative products at Printpack India 2022. Arofine Polymers is creating relationships across industries, controlling breakthroughs, and revolutionising product production with over 9 brands, export to 5 countries, and a large client base. It has factories in Bhosari and Chakan. In Chakan, the company has a fully automated plant with 20 reactors capable of producing 10,000 MT of bonds and adhesives.

In PrintPack India 2022, the company showcased its water-based pasting adhesives, lamination, emulsion, and coatings in hall 3, stand B20B.


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“We attend this event mainly from getting to interact with existing customers and potential customers. The interactions allow us to plan our new product development accordingly. We are now expecting requirements specifically regarding eco-friendly packaging such as paper bags, paper straws and paper cups,” said Chaitanya Joshi of Arofine Polymers.

The company expects an audience to visit their stand, mainly printing firm owners, purchase heads, and consultants.

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