Kurz India celebrates Silver Jubilee

Highlighting sustainability, innovation, and growth

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Kurz India not only celebrated its past achievements but geared up for the future with a robust expansion plan. Photo PSA

Kurz India, a manufacturer of thin-film technology and hot stamping foils for metallic and gold effects, celebrated 25 years of excellence in India on 23 February 2024.

The celebration at Kurz India’s Noida facility featured a demo center showcasing the company’s finishing and foiling products. Personal care, liquor, luxury carton packaging, and automobile products were major highlights of the demonstration.

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Personal care vertical showcased at the event. Photo PSA

According to CEO Jitender Pal Singh, “Kurz India’s future is intricately linked with the future of packaging. The company is poised to continue innovating and adapting to trends in the packaging industry. Importantly, the commitment to environmentally friendly processes will shape Kurz India’s future endeavors.”

Kurz India not only celebrated its past achievements but geared up for the future with a robust expansion plan. The expansion spans major industries, including printing and labeling of liquor, cosmetics, cartons, flexible packaging, consumer goods, home appliances, automobiles, and textiles with innovative technologies, including thermal transfer ribbons and security solutions.

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Liquor and luxury packaging were among the most attractive displays. Photo PSA

According to the company, central to Kurz India’s success is the long-term partnerships with local customers. Singh adds, “With over 25 years of experience, the company has become synonymous with unmatched knowledge in the industry. Kurz India continues to be a trusted source for application and technical expertise.”

The future lies not only in growth but also in sustainability, Singh said, emphasizing the company’s commitment to environmentally friendly practices. “Kurz India envisions a role in the evolving landscape of ‘smart’ packaging, integrating data smarts and technology. The focus is on sustainable solutions such as thinner films, which help reduce carbon footprint, enhance productivity and at the same time give more yield to the customer. This is exemplified by our products DM-Smartliner (Digital metallization for decorative requests), and Mprint (Innovative digital printing solutions).”

All the participants and customers had a chance to attend a walkthrough of the facility along with a detailed tour of a new innovation center for displayed products.

As Kurz India marked its 25th anniversary, the company says it is committed to continuing its record of excellence, sustainability, and innovation. From pioneering thin-film technology and hot stamping, the next chapter is envisioned as a combination of growth, sustainability, and the core values and legacy of a family-owned company.

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The facility of the Noida-based company was also part of the walkthrough. Photo PSA

Kurz India says its track record is a testament to its consistency, innovation, and customer-centric values. Celebrating 25 years of delivering for customers, Kurz India remains a family-owned company with a core built on family values.

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