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L to R: Jagat Singh (director), Shiv Kumar (director) with team member at Interpack 2023

Greater Noida-based Galaxy Packtech announced its deal to sell its GS-24 Plus 200 automatic stand-up pouch-making machine to German packaging solutions provider Maropack Gmbh during Interpack 2023 that took place from 4-10 May. Galaxy Packtech demonstrated the machine live at the expo. 

“We were in discussion with Maropack before Interpack. A team from Maropack came and signed the deal on the first day of the show. We chose to make the announcement here itself. This is the second machine we will supply to Maropack and so this is a repeat order. They are extremely satisfied with our technology and the performance of the machine,” said Jagat Singh, director of Galaxy Packtech.

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Galaxy Packtech’s machine at Interpack 2023

Galaxy Packtech was established in 2001 by Shiv Kumar and Jagat Singh and makes machines for pouch variants such as zip, three-side seal, shape, stand-up, spout, center seal as well as three-side gusset pouches. 

Great show at Interpack 2023

This was the first time Galaxy Packtech was exhibiting at Interpack. According to Singh, it was a great debut for them. The company ran the machine on all days and the visitors were very impressed with the technology on display, he said.

“We are trying to boost our exports and that is why it was necessary to be at a show like Interpack. We met a lot of interesting visitors, who were senior officials or decision makers. We had decided that if we have to make an impact at the show, we need to have the machine running live at our stand. We are extremely bullish about Indian manufacturing and about the future growth of our company,” Singh said.

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