Ample Graphics sells six machines during Pamex 2017

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L to R: Sachin Kala and Rajeev Jagga of Ample Graphics

Delhi-based Ample Graphics represents eight Chinese manufacturers who make a variety of solutions for the packaging industry, such as lamination machines, window patching machines, rigid box making machines, corrugation machines, stripping machines and die-cutting machines. Ample started operations in 2015 and till November 2017, it has sold 100 machines to customers in India.

At Pamex 2017, the company demonstrated a lamination machine by Huawei, a window patching machine by RuianHaoxing Machinery and a rigid box making machine. Ample also signed a deal to sell six machines: one lamination machine, one window patching machine and four rigid box making machines.

“Pamex has been a great show for us as we got excellent footfall and signed multiple deals,” said Sachin Kala of Ample Graphics.

Having achieved the landmark of 100 installations in 2017, Kala expects this year to be even better in terms of machines to be sold.

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