Vinsak’s wide web flexo solutions at Speciality Films Summit

Company talks about 'connected packaging'

Team Vinsak at 10th Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit

Vinsak, a leading provider of printing and packaging solutions, recently participated in the 10th Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit in Mumbai – where it talked about its wide web flexo printing solutions and ‘connected packaging’ solutions.

Vinsak is pushing more and more converters using gravure presses to wide web flexo presses. This is because wide web flexo presses are a good solution for short- to medium-run jobs. Vinsak also has solutions for ‘connected packaging’, which involve putting QR codes on wide web slitters using inkjet systems.

Vinsak director Ranesh Bajaj said participating in the Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit was a great experience. He found the event to be a good place to network and meet all stakeholders of the flexible packaging industry.

Last year, we came here as a delegate and found the event to be a great place to network and meet all stakeholders of the flexible packaging industry. So, we decided to put up a stand here this year. It was a good decision,” Bajaj said.

Overall, Vinsak’s participation in the 10th Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit was a success. The company was able to showcase its wide web flexo printing solutions and its connected packaging solutions to a large audience of potential customers.

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