Creative Graphics will display flexographic printing plates at PrintPack India

It will show its availability at Stand C5 Hall 5

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Creative Graphics will be displaying its flexographic printing plates at PrintPack India taking place in Greater Noida Photo: Creative Graphics
Creative Graphics will be displaying its flexographic printing plates at PrintPack India taking place in Greater Noida Photo: Creative Graphics

Noida-based CreativeGraphics, known for being one of the largest flexographic plate processing units in India and having six manufacturing plants across the nation is ready to participate in PrintPack India 2022. PrintPack India is taking place after a gap of almost three years at the India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida. 

Creative Graphics has an experience of about 21 years in Flexographic printing packaging and has been instrumental in getting new technologies in the area. The company has been participating in PrintPack regularly and this time, it will show its availability at Stand C5 Hall 5. At its stand, the company will be displaying its flexographic printing plates and accessories to visitors.

PrintPack Show Daily

Deepanshu Goel, managing director at Creative Graphics, giving his views on PrintPack said, “Creative Graphics is actually poised to become the largest and the most respected company in prepress of printing and packaging. At PrintPack, we are looking forward to meet our customers and show them the recent innovations that took place in the packaging industry. We will be there at PrintPack to grow some sales and also showcase what is in the pipeline of Creative Graphics. At the event, we are also expecting a good footfall and good quality of decision-makers who believe in upgrading the technology.”

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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