hubergroup to present new water-based portfolio at IndiaCorr Expo 2022

hubergroup at Hall 4, Stand A70 at the Mumbai Exhibition Centre

hubergroup to present new water-based portfolio at IndiaCorr Expo 2022
IndiaCorr Expo 2022 - hubergroup at Hall 4, Stand A70, from 10 am to 6 pm, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai from October 8 to 10, 2022 Image hubergroup

hubergroup Print Solutions, one of the leading international printing ink specialists, announces its participation at IndiaCorr Expo 2022, India’s largest exhibition on corrugated packaging. At its stand, hubergroup will present its new water-based ink portfolio under the HYDRO-i brand – a next generation series which replaces the previous series Micro Kraft, Micro Label, and Micro Film.

Thanks to carefully selected raw materials, the HYDRO-i portfolio combines a wide color gamut and broad field of application with sustainability. It convinces with high run length, excellent print performance, and eco-friendly formulation that supports sustainable, future-oriented packaging solutions. In the course of the relaunch, hubergroup has also established four matching centres across India dedicated to water-based products to provide customised and quick service to customers.

“We look forward to IndiaCorr Expo 2022 as it gives us the opportunity to showcase our water-based ink portfolio with a new and stronger globally connected brand in which our experts in India and Germany have put a lot of research work,” says Suresh Kalra, Managing Director India & President Asia at hubergroup. “I would like to invite everyone to visit our stand to discuss our solutions for today’s requirements of printers.”

The hubergroup team at IndiaCorr Expo will be happy to advise visitors on which products best suits their requirements. You will find hubergroup at Hall 4, Stand A70, from 10 am to 6 pm, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai from October 8 to 10, 2022.

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