Vinsak ties up with Spain’s Tecnocut

Expanding in new markets

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Vinsak
Accessories for rotary machines for the label and converting industry

Vinsak has partnered with Spain’s Tecnocut, which specializes and develops accessories for rotary machines for the label and converting industry. Tecnocut is a family business with almost 30 years of experience focused on the development of engineering solutions.

“We are deeply proud of this cooperation with Vinsak and strongly believe that together we will be able to offer a service with high added value for the entire area of India and the Middle East with high-performance technological products,” says Pol Estrada, international business manager of Tecnocut.

Expanding in new markets

Partnering with Vinsak will help Tecnocut expand its territories in India, Middle East, and Africa. Whereas, Vinsak will grow its product portfolio by adding these modules to its already existing array of label printing and finishing equipment.

“Tecnocut accessories are versatile and can be the upgrades you have been looking for your old presses. Not only are these special modules developed keeping in mind as upgrades to old machines but also a new generation of the machine which can match speed and accuracy for day to day needs,” adds Malkhan Ram, who looks after business development and sales for Vinsak in MEA region.

Neeraj Sharma, executive director of Vinsak India, believes these accessories will help printers enhance quality, reduce production cost, and also save time and material when label presses are retrofitted with these modules. Issues of a deep cut, marks on release paper are just a few issues that cause problems for smooth dispensing on high-speed lines, and the accessories from Tecnocut are a perfect solution.

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