Emba at IndiaCorr Expo 2016

Will promote folder-gluers, non-crush converting technology


Emba will once again be present at IndiaCorr Expo 2016 being oragnized by ICCMA. Emba is one of the first European companies to successfully enter the Indian corrugated industry with in-line case makers. At the event, the company will be playing videos of its installations across India. Although no machines will be demonstrated live at the show, Emba will be promoting its flexo folder-gluer quick set machines, Emba 170 QS FFF and Emba 245 QS FFG. It will also talk about the innovative and patented Emba non-crush converting technology, Emba 175 QS Ultima and Emba 245 QS Ultima.

Chiran Sastry, sales manager for SAARC region, said at the event that Emba would be looking to meet market leaders who want to have unique advantages, all the existing companies who are struggling with converting bottlenecks, and new players who are looking at greater automation.

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