hubergroup to show its presence again at PrintPack India

It will focus on MGA inks used in food packaging printing in Hall 9B, Stand F33

hubergroup is ready to show its presence again at PrintPack India by focusing on MGA Natura inks being used for food packaging printing Photo: hubergroup
hubergroup Print Solutions showcases its sustainable portfolio for folding cartons at Printpack India 2022. Photo hubergroup

hubergroup, an international printing inks and chemicals specialist, is planning to participate in PrintPack India 2022. The company has two divisions – print solutions and chemicals. The print solutions division produces inks, varnishes, and printing aids for packaging, commercial, and newspaper printing. The chemicals division produces speciality chemicals such as resins, lamination adhesives, pigments, and additives in its facilities in India. 

hubergroup, being a regular participant in the exhibition, will show its availability in Hall 9B Stand F33 at PrintPack 2022. At this event, it will focus on MGA Natura ink, which has a low migration and low odor for safe and sustainable food and pharma packaging. In addition, it will also highlight more sustainable products like Rapdia Eco and Eco Perfect Dry for safe food packaging. 

hubergroup Print Solutions’ sustainable portfolio for folding cartons will be on display at Printpack India 2022     Photo: hubergroup
hubergroup Print Solutions’ sustainable portfolio for folding cartons will be on display at Printpack India 2022     Photo: hubergroup

However, we know that PrintPack is the first major printing exhibition post-Covid. It will be a good networking opportunity amongst the printing fraternity where the exhibitors will tell us about their experience during the Covid period and their new developments during the most challenging period of their entire lives. Most of us are expecting a decent footfall in the exhibition, and visitors are also excited to get updates on the latest technologies.

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hubergroup offers sustainable printing inks to customers

Chetan Naik, vice-president of sales and marketing at hubergroup India, highlighting their sustainability aspects, said, “hubergroup always pays special attention to the sustainability of its products. It offers a host of products from offset ink system, solvent-based inks’ system, water-based inks & coatings and some of the UV products which are Cradle to Cradle compliant.”

“At PrintPack, we are expecting primarily printers from the sheetfed industry across India and visitors looking for new developments to stay updated with new trends. The awareness for product safety has now been a trending topic of discussion more so due to acceptance of stringent regulatory norms and compliances,” he concluded by focusing on the future scope of the industry.

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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