Kurz
Jitendar PAl Singh, Kurz India CEO with Team at Labelexpo India

Kurz India, a leading provider in hot stamping and cold stamping foiling technologies, exhibited digital embellishment solutions at LabelExpo India 2022, held from 9 to 13 November at India Expo Centre and Mart, Greater Noida.

“We think customers expect more from us. Being a total solutions provider for existing digital printing machines for foil printing, we want to be there for our customers to tend to their requirements and specifications. We showcased our foil-saver solution, which enables our customers to reuse the foil, which can be quite costly,” said Jitender Pal Singh, CEO of Kurz India. ‘Making every product unique,’ is the company’s motto.

Singh says the company’s major attractions are Distorun, Digital Embellishment, and Scribos.

According to Singh, demand had decreased during Covid but now it is safe to say that the graph is rising and the figures are going up.

Kurz, which has footprints in all major countries in the world, is aiming at a SAARC expansion. It plans to expand to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. “Bangladesh primarily because of its promising economy. We see a huge potential in different segments such as conventional packaging and the textile industry. Kurz’s partners are ITC, EPL, TCPL, Parkson’s.

On the LabelExpo event, Singh said, “LabelExpo is a very significant event for us as this is where Kurz can showcase its solutions. But on a personal note, I think the footfall could have been better.” 

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