Uflex displays holographic solutions

Double-digit growth

Avinash Kumar Sinha, senior manager – marketing, Uflex’s Holography Division, at Labelexpo India 2016. Photo PSA

At Labelexpo India 2016, held between 17 and 20 November, Uflex displayed its range of holographic solutions. “We received a great response at the label show. The venue being far away from the main city, only genuine and interested customers showed up at our stand, which was interesting from the business point of view,” says Avinash Kumar Sinha, senior manager – marketing, Uflex’s Holography Division.

One of the world’s leading organizations providing brand protection and anticounterfeiting solutions to its customers, Uflex’s Holography Division develops, produces and markets products and solutions that offer brand protection, textile value addition and packing solutions to various industry verticals and government organizations globally.

logo lebelexpo 2Uflex’s Holography Division’s products range from holograms, holographic scratch, holographic wads, self-adhesive labels, printed labels to holographic paper labels, holographic strips, holographic pouches, holographic films, HSF foil, glitter film, sequins films, hot melt film, fancy yarn films and security documents.

“The Uflex Holography Division is doing quite well; we are witnessing doubledigit growth. It is a very competitive market and every day you have to do something different to survive in the market; and we have been successful in doing that. We have a very strong R&D team which works hard in bringing in various innovative solutions to fight the counterfeiting market. We have recently developed Fresnel lens and security inks, which will benefit both our customers and end-consumers. These products have both overt as well as covert features,” says Sinha.

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