A successful Pamex for Autoprint

Autoprint signs multiple deals

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KG Suresh, joint managing director, with the Checkmate 50. Photo PSA

Coimbatore-based Autoprint is one of the leading players in the offset printing and allied machinery manufacturing industry. At the recently concluded Pamex 2017, the company signed multiple deals and had a successful show.

At Pamex, Autoprint displayed machines such as the Checkmate 50, Blankmatic 108 2H and Rapido 65, among others.

One of the highlights among the deals was the selling of Blankmatic 108 2H high precision blanking machine to Mumbai-based Printmann. Autoprint also sold its Checkmate 50 print inspection machine to Meera Prints of Mumbai and a Rapido 65 machine to a Delhi-based customer. In addition, machines were sold to Kochi- and Indore-based customers.

Autoprint also got response for Globalvision PDF to print inspection software. This tool enables offline sample inspections to protect against errors on packaging. It helps inspect print, proofs, labels, cartons, and nested press sheets in their printed formats against approved artwork.

“The response at Pamex was great as we were able to sign a number of deals to new as well as existing customers,” said N Prabhu, business head, post-printing machines.

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