Hitech Systems to launch new machines at Printpack 2019

F23/24/25/26 Hall 9

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Hitech UV LED embossed printer

Hitech Systems PFE P LTD is a pioneer in Print Finishing Equipment (PFE) with 3000+ machines installed with 1200+ customers across India , Asia and Africa. The company has been a regular participant at Printpack India since 2011. At Printpack 2019, the company will launch a number of machines including an upgraded version of its DG Line touch automatic creasing/perforation machine from Bacciottini, Italy. It will also show the Foliant Thermal Lamination machine with auto feeder/auto cutter and spot lamination and spot foiling. Alongside these machines, the company will also exhibit a digital die cutting machine from a Japanese company. Most of the machines offered by the company have high productivity, zero wastage, less than five mionutes setup time and are extremely operator friendly.

The company expects a huge footfall at the Printpack 2019 and also expects to receive some good leads at the exhibition. It will also be on the lookout for upcoming trends in the Indian printing industry. At Printpack 2019, the company will target digital printers, offset printers and some customers from the photo book segment.

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