Aarsan Trexim aims at business expansion

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Delhi based Aarsan Trexim, importer and wholesaler of inks and consumables for printing industry will exhibit its products at Printpack India 2019, India Expo Centre and Mart, Greater Noida, from 1-6 February. The company is the distributor of Daiki printing ink and consumables for use in Riso/Ricoh printers, and PIXIPRINT, a Japanese brand for toner cartridges and ink cartridges for use in Canon, Sharp, Konica Minolta printers.

The company will exhibit SF series ink for use in riso, silver and golden color inks for wedding cards, medical film printing ink for Epson and Canon, PET sheets for medals, ID cards, visiting cards, name plates with photo, consumables for Ricoh DD 5450 copyprinter and CMYK toner cartridges for Konika Minolta, Canon, Sharp and Xerox.

Participating for the first time at PrintPack India 2019, the company is expecting to get good deals, loyal customers, and chance for hands-on feedback on its products. Besides, company is hoping for direct sales to neighboring countries.

Saurabhh G Verma from Aarsan Trexim says, “Untill now, we have been selling directly to Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh, through Printpack we might be able to find direct genuine buyers from these places. We also expect to widen our customer base and market penetration in India.”

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