Esko to participate at PrintPack – Hall 9D, Stand H 22C

Esko’s packaging supply chain solutions shown live

Esko to participate at PrintPack – Hall 9D, Stand H 22C
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Esko, a global provider of integrated software and hardware solutions for packaging prepress professionals, will showcase its complete range of integrated solutions for the packaging supply chain at PrintPack. It will demonstrate its solutions through live sessions and audiovisual displays in Hall 9D, Stand H 22C. 

The packaging supply chain solutions include software for packaging design, packaging prepress, workflow automation and packaging business management, digital flexo prepress and platemaking solution, as well as AVT print inspection systems. For PrintPack, Esko is expecting an audience from the entire print and packaging industry spectrum. And it also says that the future of the packaging and printing industry is very bright, automated and connected digitally.

PrintPack Show Daily

Continuing on the company’s expectations from PrintPack, Karan Talwar, director of Esko, says, “We expect this event to bring back the cheer and commotion that we all love in the print industry. We expect exhibitors, participants and visitors to throng the alleys and be ready to check out the best technology on offer for our industry.”

We’ve not had a major physical show or an exhibition in our industry for the past two years. With our most comprehensive solution, we would like to boost our sales to new entrants into the packaging supply chain. We would also like to assist and advise our customers to become more efficient, productive and ready to serve their customers with the digital transformation of their business.”

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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