Gayatri Rub tech exhibits roller lines at LabelExpo 2022

Gujarat company mulls expansion in ceramic rollers

Sanjay Patel, Rajkamal Rajput and Kashyap Bhatia at Gayatri rub tech
Sanjay Patel, Rajkamal Rajput and Kashyap Bhatia at Gayatri rub tech

The Ahmedabad-based Gayatri Rub Tech – an affluent manufacturer and exporter of rubber rollers, solvent-less lamination sleeves, groove rollers, mirror finish MS rollers, papermill rollers and many more— exhibited its rollers at LabelExpo 2022 in Greater Noida.

This was the first time that the company, which was launched 32 years ago, got the opportunity to showcase its roller lines at the premier labels exhibition that began on 10 November 2022. 

Raj Kamal Rajput, marketing executive of Gayatri Rubber tech, said, “We got great responses from customers and partner industries. This exhibition has been a great experience for us. We were able to gauge a better perspective of the market and the partner industries. We are thinking of a possible expansion in the ceramic roller division, but nothing has been set in stone yet.”

“We are growing in terms of businesses every year. Around 60% of our turnover is from India and the other 40% is from the customized roller lines that we export. Defining trust through quality and services is what we aim,” Rajput adds. 

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