Kwality Chemical of Mumbai to bring color to Printpack show

Printpack India 2019: Hall 14, Stand K 34/35

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Kwality Chemical Industries Pvt. Ltd. (KCIPL), a Mumbai-based manufacturer of toners and organic pigments will be one of the participants at the upcoming Printpack India 2019. The mega trade event will take place at India Expo Centre from 1 to 6 February in Greater Noida.

Since its inception in 1981, KCIPL has been fulfilling the color needs of a diverse industrial market. Its innovative method of using the pigments in high solids presscake form to make flushes made a name for the company. KCIPL has since been able to make a brand reputation in the market by supplying flushes to premier offset ink manufacturers in India. It has also entered into the manufacture of coldset, sheetfed and web offset inks.

KCIPL’s vision is to excel and to lead in areas of performance colorants, dispersions and inks to create new benchmarks in quality and service in the industry. With its range of products and services, it aims at maximizing operational efficiency and enhance customer satisfaction.

By participating at the Printpack show, KCIPL will showcase its latest range of offset inks, flexo inks, metal decoration inks, metallic inks and coatings at its stand. It says that the industry is likely to see a good growth in near future as per capita income of India is improving.

KCIPL looks forward to meet with potential customers during the upcoming event. It expects that its products and solutions will evoke a good number of inquiries from all over India at the show.

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