Provin Technos to represent Miyakoshi in South Asia

Webfed digital and offset label and packaging presses

Provin Technos
Miyakoshi MLP semi-rotary offset UV press for labels

Provin Technos announced its association with Japan-based web press manufacturer Miyakoshi at their 5th year anniversary events in Surat and Delhi. Provin Technos will be representing Miyakoshi pan India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Selling and servicing Miyakoshi’s rotary and semi-rotary offset presses, Provin hopes to install its first Miyakoshi
press at a prestigious Indian printer by year end.

Miyakoshi is one of Japan’s leading manufacturers of industrial printing machines with group employee strength of 560 and annual turnover of US$ 150 Million. The company’s product portfolio includes a variety of digital and offset presses in both rotary and semi-rotary (intermittent) configurations that are designed and manufactured to address the ever-changing production demands in the label and packaging segment. These include digital on demand printers, business form printing machines; label printing, packaging and commercial offset printing presses. Established in 1946 as a machine repair shop, Tokyo headquartered Miyakoshi has 5 plants in Japan and more than 1500 installations worldwide.

Miyakoshi established Miyakoshi Europe in Madrid, Spain at the beginning of 2015 and since then has already established a user base of 28 semi-rotary offset UV presses in Europe with more than half installed as a result of the creation of Miyakoshi Europe just two years ago.

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