Esko to showcase products for the printed package supply chain

IndiaCorr Expo 2017, Stand number A16

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Esko

Esko, headquartered in Ghent (Belgium), manages packaging and print processes for brand owners, retailers, designers, premedia and trade shops, packaging manufacturers and converters. The company employs around 1500 people worldwide. At the upcoming IndiaCorr Expo 2017, the company will be exhibiting various software solutions along with the Kongsberg X series digital finishing table for the corrugated packaging industry.

Esko has been a global innovator in integrated packaging design and prepress solutions. It has a fully integrated de-facto structural design solution of ArtiosCAD, one that integrates with Kongsberg digital cutting table offering versatility for a wide range of cutting applications. A linchpin of the company is to spend on sales and support infrastructure for their customers. The company looks to target clients from miscellaneous segments of printed package supply chain.

The high-end service support and Esko’s CAD/CAM solutions takes care of the challenges related to efficient and production-ready structural design, samplemaking and short-run production of corrugated packaging, protective packaging, speciality packaging, etc.

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