Laser Dietech sells four machines at PrintPack India

New machines for making die blocks are shown and sold

Laser Dietech
Mohit Chhabra, partner at Laser Dietech showcasing dies at PrintPack India 2022. Photo PSA

Delhi-based Laser Dietech was established in 2013 and initially started making dies. As customer needs and demands grew, it upgraded its products and services with rubber, zinc blocks, and magnesium blocks. In the last two years, the company began manufacturing etching machines for dies under the name LDT India in a separate premise.

“At Laser Dietech we were very eager for the PrintPack India 2022 exhibition as we had to launch our new machines for making die blocks for the industry. We have sold four machines in four days of the exhibition and still, the fifth day is left. We are hoping for more visitors to come to our stand and purchase our machines,” said Mohit Chhabra, partner at Laser Dietech on the penultimate day of the show.

Laser DieTech is a supplier of steel rule-cutting dies and ancillary products in India. It manufactures a comprehensive range of products for some of the leading monocarton and corrugated packaging companies. “Our company’s objective is to provide your company with the latest ‘press ready’ die-cutting solutions, delivered on time at a competitive price with full technical service and support,” concluded Chhabra.

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