Kohli Industries unveils its latest multi-process lamination and coating machine at K 2022

Company looking forward to the show

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Kohli Industries’ lamination machine. Photo: Kohli Industries

Mumbai-based packaging machines manufacturer Kohli Industries is showcasing its latest multi-process lamination and coating machine, Plutus-9one8, at the K 2022 show at Dusseldorf. The company is participating in the K show for the second time. 

As this will be the biggest trade show in our industry after 2019, we are really looking forward to meeting our existing international customers, all supplier partners, and, of course, companies looking for new machines,” Kaku Kohli, CEO of the company, said. 

Kohli Industries recently held its first physical or offline open house at its Ambernath manufacturing facility in two years. At the open house, the company showcased four machines – Thea-9one8, a state-of-the-art gravure press, Gaia-405, a solvent-less laminator, Zeus-630 slitter rewinder and Eos-630 reversible inspection winder.

At K 2022, Kohli Industries is present in Hall 4 / Stall E-25. 

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