Manish Enterprises’ range of pouches at PackPlus

30 years of manufacturing packaging solutions for consumer products

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Manish Sharma (extreme left) with his team at Pack Plus 2023. Photo PSA

Manish Enterprises showcased its range of specialized shaped, metalized and zipper pouches at the PackPlus exhibition in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan. Located in Delhi’s Narela industrial area, the firm has over 30 years of experience in manufacturing packaging solutions for consumer products.

The readymade pouches with multicolor packaging are manufactured for clients requiring short-run quantities. Rotogravure, splitting machines, pouching machines, extruding machines and zip-making machines are used to develop specialized pouches with side or central seal, plain zippers, standy zippers with or without a metalized window and zipper profile, said Manish Sharma.

The printing machines are from Mahindra Mechanical, the pouching machines are from Galaxy Packtech and Speedways and the other machines are imported from China.

If you are updated on your equipment and technology, there is 25% growth rate in the pouch-making industry. New high-speed machines are making the industry more advanced and high-tech. As customers are focusing on their brands, the packaging industry is doing quite well,” Sharma said.

Nanaji Industries and Amar International are two of Manish’s well-known clients. The firm supplies its specialized pouches all over India along with Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and the Gulf countries.

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