Echaar Equipments promotes complete set of solutions at K 2022

Focus on newly developed stack flexo press

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Team Echaar at the company booth at K 2022 Photo: PSA

Mumbai-based flexible packaging machine manufacturer Echaar Equipments is talking about its complete portfolio of solutions at the K 2022 show.

The company does not have any machines running live or on show at the leading business platform for the plastics and rubber industry in Düsseldorf, Germany. Echaar is present in Hall 4, stand A11.

“We are talking about all our products at K 2022. We are promoting the Flexomaster series of CI flexo presses, the Flexodelight series, the Flexosmart series, the automatic plate mounter, and our recently developed stack flexo press. K has been a good show for us. This is our second time at the show. In the last edition, we were part of the Indian Pavilion. But this time we have our stand,” says Kirti Panchal, managing director of Echaar Equipments.

Panchal says the interactions at the expo have been very good with a lot of inquiries from Indian as well as international visitors.

“Our aim is to eventually enter the European and other markets outside India. At K 2022, we are looking for agents who can represent us in markets outside India,” he adds.

Open house at Ambernath plant in November

Echaar is planning to organize an open house after Diwali at its plant in Ambernath near Mumbai to showcase and demonstrate the newly developed stack flexo press, the Flexomate GL 250.

“We will be running the Flexomate at the open house. We are offering three variants in the Flexomate series so that all type of convertors can targeted. We are offering geared, semi-gearless and gearless variants in the Flexomate series,” Panchal says.

The K show began on 19 October and will be on till 26 October.

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