Komori India to promote packaging solution at PrintPack 2022

It will be available at Stand G34 in Hall 9C

Komori India is planning to promote its Lithrone GL-640 machine at the PrintPack Show Photo: Komori India
Komori India is planning to promote its Lithrone GL-640 machine at the PrintPack Show

Komori India, a well-known company for manufacturing and selling printing presses and printing equipment to customers in the printing industry, is ready to participate again in PrintPack India 2022. Its main products are commercial offset presses (offset sheetfed presses and offset web presses), currency and securities printing presses, web offset packaging presses, and other printing equipment.

At PrintPack India, Komori India will be available with its team at stand G34 in Hall 9C. There, the team will be focusing on their packaging solution, Lithrone GL-640 advanced machine. 

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Sangam Khanna, deputy managing director at Komori India, commenting on the company’s expectations from the show, said, “PrintPack Show is happening after a gap of almost three years due to the pandemic. However, the challenging times seem to be over, and the industry is on the way to recovery across the segments. The market is opening now, and people are desperate to meet the industry. However, the recovery rate may differ in each of the segments.”

PrintPack exhibition is very useful for every exhibitor. It’s always been good to meet all industry stakeholders under one roof. At this event, we are expecting visitors from all over the packaging, publishing, and commercial segments.”

Note: The IPPGroup will be publishing the PrintPack India Show Daily on all five days of the event from 26 to 30 May 2022. Our May issues of Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia will also contain previews and glimpses of the event.

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