Nulith launches three new solutions at Labelexpo India 2022

Company sees a big opportunity in flexo

Team Nulith at Labelexpo India 2022 Photo PSA

Mumbai-based Nulith launched a number of new solutions for the flexo industry at the recently concluded Labelexpo India 2022 held in Greater Noida from 10-13 November. The company will now distribute CtP systems and plate mounters for flexo printers, and IML films.

We have decided to distribute CtP systems from China-based Cron and plate mounters from Auclean, which is also a Chinese company. We will also distribute IML films from Turkey-based Polilux. We have been supplying IML coating from Germany’s Actega for many years now. Now we will be able to supply IML films as well. The range of flexo prepress solutions that we can supply is robust and comprehensive,” says Suresh Shah of Nulith.

In India, Nulith distributes digital flexo plates and coatings from Germany’s Actega. It also supplies inks and blankets.

Flexo technology gaining ground

Shah says Nulith will continue to focus on the flexo printing industry, both narrow and wide web, as the sector is seeing rapid expansion in India.

We serve both narrow and wide web customers and both these verticals are important to us. We foresee a phase of rapid growth in the industry in the years ahead. So, we will continue to work on bringing in new solutions,” he says.

Talking about Labelexpo India, Shah says the 2022 edition was very good with quality footfall.

Labelexpo India 2022 took place after a long gap of four years and everybody was excited. We met a lot of our existing as well as potential customers. Labelexpo India has always been a great platform to meet all stakeholders from the label industry, whether it is machine suppliers, label printers and converters, or material suppliers. We have enjoyed our participation this year,” Shah concludes. 

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