Erhardt + Leimer present web guided systems at Labelexpo 2022

Digi tech industry booming, says CSO Indradev singh

Indradev Singh, CSO of Erhardt + Leimer.
Indradev Singh, CSO of Erhardt + Leimer.

Erhardt + Leimer (EL) India, a known name in the area of web control and web inspections, showcased web guided systems in the field of digital technologies at the LabelExpo 2022 show in Greater Noida.

Indradev Singh, CSO of EL, a Germany-based company, shared his insight on how the industry is booming despite the challenges due to the Covid pandemic. “I think LabelExpo is the perfect platform for network-building and showcasing product lines to customers who actually know the value of the product.”

The company website explains that web guides ensure continuous alignment and accurate positioning of the web and precise winding results. Depending on the material, application and task, Erhardt + Leimer offers a range of different systems for web guiding with the latest networking technology.

“One has to keep in mind several factors while launching a new product and the most primary aspect is providing solutions to recurring problems. Our reliable products and solutions support manufacturers in the textile, paper, corrugated card, printing and tire industry in the efficient design of their production processes,” Singh says.

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