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Mukesh Ajmani, VP – sales and marketing, Worldpack Automation Systems with the Worldpack print and apply machine at the company's stand at Pack Plus 2023. Photo PSA

Navi-Mumbai-based Worldpack Automation Systems, which specializes in self-adhesive labeling machines, displayed its products at the PackPlus exhibition held from 10 – 12 August in New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan.

Mukesh Ajmani, VP – sales and marketing, Worldpack Automation Systems, says  a lot of players are looking for labeling automation in the industry and they provide full labeling automation to different segments in the industry. 

We are a leading brand now. We cater to a wide range of segments such as FMCG, edible oil, lube oil, dairy, beverages, liquor, personal care, cosmetics, and pharma products. Wherever we see labels, our machines are there,” he said.

Worldpack has installed more than 3,000 automatic labeling machines in India and 25 other countries, including Egypt, Brazil, South Africa, Thailand, the US and West Asia. Ajmani says their machines are efficient, reliable, easy to maintain, and cost-effective. Worldpack has a nationwide sales and service network that enables it to serve customers effectively with a minimal turnaround time.

The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated the demand for labeling automation, he says. “The demand for ‘Made in India’ products has spurred the industry, which, in turn, has led to an increased demand for labeling and automation. Every segment is looking for quality.”

Many segments faced a labor problem during the Covid-19 pandemic, he said, adding Worldpack’s machines not only provide labor savings but also quality in finished products.

The industry is under pressure to reduce costs. They want to save on labor and optimize other costs. Automation helps to improve production quality and overall productivity and saves on labor. With time, we will see automation in other segments as well,” he concluded.

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