Baumer hhs India’s glue system at PrintPack – Hall 9B Stand F 20C

New cold glue application head PX1000 and sensor GDX1000

Baumer hhs India is going to showcase its complete range of glue systems at PrintPack India in Greater Noida Photo credit: Baumer hhs
Baumer hhs India is going to showcase its complete range of glue systems at PrintPack India in Greater Noida Photo Credit: Baumer hhs

Baumer hhs, headquartered in Krefeld, Germany, is a worldwide partner for adhesive applications and quality control. Baumer India, based in Pune, is its 100% subsidiary representing the group in Indian subcontinent the Middle East and South East Asia. It is a preferred OEM partner for folding cartons, corrugated carton and print finishing applications.

PrintPack Show Daily

This time at PrintPack, Baumer India will showcase its cold glue system, hot melt gluing system, quality assurance system, and camera verification system. It will also show its newly-launched cold glue application head PX1000 and glue detection sensor GDX1000.

Vaibhav Kulkarni, business head – Gluing System, speaking about the company and its expectations at PrintPack 2022, said, “PrintPack India is taking place after a gap of almost three years, and in the exhibition, we are expecting Folding carton, Corrugated carton, Newspaper, Print Finishing, Finishing experts. Folding carton packaging can grow at 12% an annum corrugated carton packaging can grow at 18-20% an annum. New eCommerce trends bring a new platform for innovation. Being a leading supplier in eCommerce packaging, our products will help converters meet current market demand.”

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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