Vinsak’s double-digit sales at Printpack

Two new Vinsak solutions unveiled at Printpack

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Sourav Pramanick (left) and Ranesh Bajaj of Vinsak at Printpack. Photo PSA

Vinsak had a great 15th Printpack and expected to close deals in the “double digits,” Ranesh Bajaj, director of the company said during the expo. 

“I cannot disclose the exact number of deals that we have signed or are expected to sign at Printpack. But we expect the number of deals to be in double digits, say the low teens. What I can say is that we have sold a Lombardi narrow web flexo label press to a new customer,” Bajaj said. 

At the show, Vinsak launched two new machines. It displayed a semi-rotary die-cutting machine for digitally printed labels. “We have had good success with the machine and have sold a number of units in India,” Bajaj said. 

The company also launched a digital embellishment line that builds high varnish on all types of substrates starting from 40 micron film to 400 gsm board. This machine is available in roll to roll and sheet to sheet options. The system can perform operations for adding Braille, high build varnish, and holographic foils on a variety of products.

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