Gayathri Machinery to represent Multigraf at Printpack 2019

Printpack India 2019, Hall 5, Stand C6

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TOUCHLINE C375 PLUS can be extended with additional perforating tools allowing selective perforation in both directions. It can be combined with the folding unit TF375 to form a fully integrated creasing, perforating and folding machine.

Gayathri Machinery, the Chennai-based representative of German companies such as Hohner, Rilecart, Hang, Nagel, and Cstek, has partnered with Multigraf, a Swiss manufacturer of creasing, perforating and folding.

During their fifth participation at Printpack India 2019, the company will launch the Multigraf creasing, perforating and folding machines. The Swiss-built C375 Plus features positive and negative creasing, and continuous or ‘timed’ lengthways and crossways perforating, with up to four perforating heads for crossways operation. The crease depth adjustment can be automatically controlled via touchscreen. The machine is designed for easy and quick job changeover. It takes only 30 seconds to set up a new job and output the first sheet. Moreover, as it doesn’t require a separate air pump; the operation is quiet. The tiny footprint of 1,850 x 600 mm is an advantage, especially for Indian print firms.

“We have always had very good response at the show and are optimistic about the 2019 show too. Although there is a slight cash crunch in the market, the overall scenario is quite positive and we look forward to meeting a large number of serious visitors at our stand,” the company reports.

With expectations of closing the show with an order pipeline of at least 30 machines and confirmed orders of 5-8 machines, Gayathri Machinery hopes for a successful exhibition.

With the portfolio of machines that the company is offering, they look forward to meeting both digital and offset printers at the show. Exercise notebook manufacturers will find a complete solution for their wire-stitched books.

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