Acme Rolltech’s first time experience at the Elite Conference

It displayed lightweight sleeves at the conference

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Parag Koradia (Left) and Sandeep Sharma (Right), directors of Acme Rolltech posing at their Stand in the Elite Conference.
Parag Koradia (Left) and Sandeep Sharma (Right), directors of Acme Rolltech posing at their Stand in the Elite Conference. Photo: Acme Rolltech

Acme Rolltech, known for manufacturing ceramic rolls and sleeves, took part as a sponsor with its stand for the first time at the recent Elite Conference in Mumbai. It found the entire event and the presentations from the major brand owners and suppliers to be insightful for its activities. The team was also pleased with the interaction with the industry stakeholders during the event. 

The lightweight sleeve used in CI Flexo printing machines. Photo: Acme Rolltech
The lightweight sleeve used in CI Flexo printing machines.
Photo: Acme Rolltech

While some of the leading Indian flexible packaging converters made presentations on the growth and sustainability in the flexible packaging industry, Acme Rolltech brought their lightweight sleeves, which can be used in CI Flexo printing machines, to show at the event. With many of the leading converters at the event, it discussed its anilox rolls and sleeves and their use in various types of coating applications.

Sandeep Sharma, director of Acme Rolltech, said, “Elite Plus is considered the biggest event in India for the flexible packaging industry, so it is always beneficial to be a part of this important event. Yes, it was our first time at the event. And we not only participated in the event, but we were pleased to be one of the stand partners and exhibitors.”

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