Amba Multiprint adds Monotech’s Colornovo Hybrid to its portfolio

Provides quality print at an affordable price

Amba Multiprint adds Monotech’s Colornovo Hybrid to its portfolio
Left to Right: Hariom Dave, Ankit Mehta, management team member - AMP, Jimit Mittal, President-Jetsci Global, Dinesh Thakur, and Nikhil Gondalia.

Gujarat-based Amba Multiprint, which provides solutions to the pharma, cosmetics, and packaging sectors, recently installed a Colornovo Hybrid from Jetsci Global to strengthen its overall operations.

A European-made web control transport system that provides quality print at an affordable cost, the Colornovo Hybrid is a combination of flexo and digital in one pass for an extended color gamut. It has a UV dryer and chiller plates under every print head, which gives accessibility to run many heat-sensitive materials such as shrink sleeves, IML, lamitubes, and more.

Ankit Mehta, a member of the management team of Amba Multiprint Ventures, says, “Amba Multiprint provides solutions to multiple sectors such as pharma, cosmetics, and the packaging industry, and for this, we need a press that is agile and versatile. With Colornovo, it has become easier for us to upgrade to the seventh color when needed.”

Colornovo Hybrid by Jetsci is a complete package, the best combination of features and price, which matches all our requirements with ease of operation. A major concern for a printer is after-sales services, and as Monotech is an Indian company, there won’t be any service issues.”

They faced a few initial challenges while operating the machine but, later on, got familiarized with it with the help of the Monotech team.

We are happy with the machine’s flexibility to run most of the substrates. It is an application-friendly machine that allows us to deliver what we need. Our customers have no complaints. We are planning to shift a wide variety of our jobs to digital,” Mehta concluded.

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