Pawan Industries shows self-adhesive film line solutions at LabelExpo

Want to be a global player, says director Kalpesh Jain

Kalpesh Jain, Director & co-founder of the Pune-based Pawan Industries.
Kalpesh Jain, Director & co-founder of the Pune-based Pawan Industries.

Pawan Industries, a provider of self-adhesive labels for the pharma and liquor packaging industry, exhibited its range of film lines at the LabelExpo India 2022

The Pune-based company is looking forward to export its solutions and include its name among the global players, says director and co-founder of Pawan Industries, Kalpesh Jain.

“We import raw materials from China, Europe, Dubai and the US. We are also keeping an eye on the global demands to be able to meet them in the future. Our company, which has completed nine years since its founding, is still relatively new in the game. We want to expand more and reach out to more customers globally,” Jain said.

“Slow production is a challenge we have been facing because of the red-tape in imports but with our annual growth rate, I believe we can soon meet our goal,” Jain said.

The company’s website says it is a ​ manufacturer and supplier of a range of label and sticker papers, sticker paper rolls, barcode labels and ribbons, PVC sticker sheets, etc.

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