SASG UV Solutions gradually expanding its operations

The focus of the company is Pamex 2023 in Mumbai

Sankoch Gaur, director technical, SASG UV Solutions (Left) and Anil Saini, managing director, SASG UV Solutions (Right), at their office. Photo: PSA

SASG UV Solutions, a subsidiary of Dizario Industries, is a manufacturer and supplier of UV solutions and other products for the printing industry. Among other things, it offers LED UV systems, interdeck systems, anilox coating attachments, roller-coater machines, screen-printing machines, tabletop curing systems, UV conveyors, and UV curing systems.

As part of its growth trajectory, the company plans to be a dealer for Baldwin India for chilling plants and damping systems. “We will go for other postpress machines such as a flute laminator and an automatic folder gluer machine, but that will happen next year,” Sankoch Gaur, technical director, SASG UV Solutions, says.

SASG will be present at Pamex 2023 in Mumbai from 23 to 30 March, at stand-C20, hall number 1, as the company website mentioned.

Delivering an entire range of solutions for UV printing and packaging as well as for chilling plants and the refrigeration industry, the company has two plants in Faridabad – one for the printing industry and the other for chilling plants. Till now, it has installed more than 500 chiller units for plastic, beverage, and printing.

According to Gaur, the company provides UV and LED UV coating solutions for labels, sheetfed, and gravure applications. “We upgrade our products according to the requirements. We have converted UV into LED UV, which is power-saving. We have exported our products to seven countries including Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and some Gulf nations. We produce machines for postpress, which are mainly used in packaging and a bit in commercial printing. Our LEDs are an integrated part of the presses of Komori, Heidelberg, and others. They are user-friendly and can fit into any machine.”

In 2020, SASG started with the plastic industry and then went on to establish chilling plants and cooling towers. It installed its first LED system in Bangladesh in 2019 and then in Dubai in 2020. It claims it controls more than 35% share of the Indian UV printing and coating market and has done more than 300 LED installations in India. 

We have multi-wavelength UV systems depending on the applications. We are manufacturing a separate machine for blister packaging. In PrintPack India 2022, we launched a machine named drip master that fulfills all kinds of coating demands. We are a major provider of pouches and rigid boxes,” Gaur said.

Sharing his views on the packaging industry, he said, “The industry’s future is bright because demand is rising. It is on its way to becoming more environment-friendly. It will grow exponentially in the next 2-3 years.”

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