Intriguity to exhibit for the first time at Printpack India

Hall 14, Stand K-14

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Alphashot Micro

At Printpack India 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida, Intriguity will be exhibiting in Hall 14, Stand K-14.
Intriguity is a technology company, headquartered in Mumbai. The company has strategic collaborations with some of the most technologically centric companies from across the world who are pioneers in their respective domains, including Solidscape Inc, USA, Orbitvu Sp z.o.o, and Tanabe Kenden.
Orbitvu is a technology company based in Tarnowskie Gory, Poland. Orbitvu is a global leader of technological innovations in the field of 2D, 3D and 360 degree product photography and its applications in business processes and effective product communication.

During the show, Intriguity will offer automated product photography solutions from Orbitvu Poland. Its solutions are used for automation of product photography to create 2D images, 3D and 360 presentations of products with high quality output, which can be used to make catalogs, images and online listings.

The company will launch Alphashot Micro and several other products for high quality LED lighting, automated background removal, auto cropping feature at Printpack India 2019. The company is hoping to sell two to five machines at the show.

According to company representatives, Intriguity will target printing companies, who want to offer product photography solutions to their customers, product manufacturers, distributors and retailers, who want to create product catalogs and online listings of their products.

Vikrant Rawa of Intriguity says, “At Printpack 2019, we are expecting to meet interested companies, retailers and brand owners who regularly create new product catalogs for their products. We hope Printpack India 2019 will open up new avenues for us in the printing industry, who want to use our systems for creating product catalogs and online listings.”

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