Acme Rolltech claims to be the first Indian company to start manufacturing ceramic anilox rolls and sleeves in the country and is keen to meet the industry at PrintPack 2022. The company’s anilox rolls can be used by all print and coating segments such as narrow web flexo label presses, end of press offset coaters, stack and CI flexo presses, and corrugation and speciality coaters and applications.
This is the first time the company is participating in PrintPack. It is expecting a reasonable footfall for this event as it is happening after the Covid-19 pandemic seems to have subsided with remarkably few cases in India, and most of it the eligible population vaccinated. PrintPack is the biggest event in the print and packaging space in the country and generally attracts visitors from nearby countries also. The company will showcase its Acme High-density white (AHDW) and Acme Tactile (ATAC) anilox solutions at its Hall 5 Stand C34.
Acme Rolltech — Hall 5 Stand C34
Acme Rolltech recently purchased a second laser engraver from ALE in the UK, which is likely to be commissioned in mid-April. Commenting on the expectations for the exhibition, director Sandeep Sharma says, “It is very important for us not only from a sales perspective but also from the fact that we have a huge customer base now in India, and such an event helps us to meet our esteemed clients from all segments during the exhibition. In addition, we will be able to showcase our new developments in one go. We can socialize and spend quality time with our customers after a long time.”
If you want to know more about the company and its products, come and visit Acme Rolltech in Hall 5 at Stand C34.
Note: The IPPGroup will be publishing the PrintPack India Show Daily on all five days of the event from 26 to 30 May 2022. Our May issues of Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia will also contain previews of the event.
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