Shubham Extrusion shows blown film lines at PlastIndia 2023

At hall 7H-D stand A-3

Shubham extrusion
Shubham extrusion stand at K fair. Photo Shubham Extrusion

Shubham Extrusion, one of Asia’s leading manufacturers and exporter of advanced blown film extrusion plant and machinery solutions, is showcasing its range of blown film lines at PlastIndia 2023, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi between 1-5 February.

Situated at Ahmedabad, the heart of the industrial state of Gujarat,  the company will be available at hall 7H-D stand A-3. Shubham makes continuous efforts in exploring and researching various possibilities. 

The range of products Shubham Extrusion plans to exhibit are as follows:

  • Gamaflex IBC Co-extrusion 7 layer barrier film line
  • Betaflex IBC Co-extrusion 5 layer pod blown film line
  • Alfaflex IBC Co-extrusion 3 layer pod blown film line
  • Alfaflex OBC 3 layer pod blown film line
  • ABA 3 layer blown film line
  • Monolayer blown film line
  • PPTQ blown film line

Shubham Extrusion has been providing monolayer, A-B two layer, A-B-A three layer & ABC multilayer extrusion blown film plant solutions for more than 20 years. In technical collaboration with Global Die & Extrusion Technology, Canada, Shubham Extrusion has introduced 5, 7, 9 layer barrier & non-barrier blown film plant solutions at a competitive cost compared to American & European lines.

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