Samples for the shrink sleeve with tamper-evident labels. Photo: Holosafe
Samples for the shrink sleeve with tamper-evident labels. Photo: Holosafe
Greater Noida-based Holosafe is participating at Labelexpo India starting tomorrow, where it will showcase tamper-evident printed labels, holographic labels, shrink sleeves, and track and trace solutions to its customers and visitors in Hall 1, stand C10.
Holosafe is said to be one of the leading providers of brand protection, anti-counterfeiting, and labeling solutions for branded products, incorporating new technological developments with ecological strategies in its products.
Labelexpo is an important event for the label industry and is happening after a gap of 4 years thus exhibitors are enthusiastic about meeting the industry. Like others, Holosafe is also looking forward to connecting with visitors and clients for sales purposes,  apart from taking part as a buyer of machines and raw materials.
Manjula Mishra, managing director, Holosafe Security Labels, said, “Our expectations are very high from this year’s event. As this is the first event of the label industry after the Covid-19 disruption and demand is going up in India, we expect very high footfall this year. We are expecting not only end buyers but also businesses dealing in supplies to the label industry to visit.”
“In the last 3-4 years, a lot of economic formalization has occurred due to various disruptions. Covid-19 has increased the pace of formalization, which has increased the demand for branding. This has led to an increased demand for packaging,” she concluded.

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