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Ashling to focus on after-sales services in 2018

Ashling Impex stand at PLASTINDIA 2018

Mumbai-based Ashling Impex LLP supplies solutions for the packaging and plastics industry as well as the metal industry. For plastics and packaging industry, it offers solutions from brands such as Uteco, Omso, ETS, WM Thermofroming Machines, DeCoSystem and Dah Bah Machinery.

Uteco makes CI flexo and rotogravure presses, Omso makes printing machines for printing on tubes, cups, closures and caps, ETS manufactures extruders, WM Thermofroming Machines is a specialist in thermoforming machines and molds for the plastic and packaging industry, DeCoSystem is known for its inspection systems and Dah Bah Machinery makes pouch-making machines.

At PLASTINDIA 2018, Ashling is aggressively promoting solutions for the packaging and printing industry as well as talking about material handling and logistics solutions.

“PLASTINDIA is the biggest event for the plastics and packaging industry. This is one common platform where we get to meet our customers and get their feedback about our machines and solutions. It is important for us to know what our customers feel about our services,” says Nilesh Parekh of Ashling Impex.

One of the highlights that Ashling is talking about is Sapphire Evo hybrid press from Uteco. Sapphire Evo is a digital and flexo hybrid press for the packaging industry. The press is

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ideal for short and medium runs, promotional printing with reduced production time, one shoot printing, localized small batch manufacturing, personalized products, etc.

Finally, talking about his expectations from 2018, Parekh said that this year is going to be better than 2017 and Ashling will mostly focus on after-sales services.

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