manroland Goss India, is a 100% subsidiary of manroland Goss web system, Augsburg. It provides commercial web offset, newspaper printing, digital finishing, and packaging printing solutions. manrolandGoss, with its sales and service team in India, is well equipped to provide full and extensive support for press installation and commissioning, upgrades, relocation, press audit and overhauling for manroland and non-manroland presses.
At PrintPack India, manroland Goss will showcase a wide array of offset presses, an engineered and service solution at the Stand H24B in Hall 9D. It will also emphasize Varioman, a packaging printing machine based on offset technology. In addition, Printcom consumables and service solutions will be another highlight. manroland Goss is always regular at PrintPack 2022.
manroland Goss brings new ideas for packaging printing customers
Rekha Sharma, marketing manager, manroland Goss, commenting on the industry’s situation, said, “After the pandemic, the printing industry is undergoing many changes. Some are remodeling and reinventing themselves to adapt to the changes, and hopefully, we have a bright future. The sector has developed strategies to seize new opportunities and keep growing despite the difficulties. We expect this show to be a wonderful forum for the printing industry and feel that we will be able to generate interest in our solutions for packaging printing customers.
“Printpack has always been the biggest show in India for the printing industry, and we are optimistic that we will come across many interesting customers and there will be a lot of knowledge exchanged. At the exhibition, we expect an audience with an insatiable appetite for new ideas, better technology and a futuristic mindset,” she concluded.
Note: The IPPGroup will be publishing the PrintPack India Show Daily on all five days of the event from 26 to 30 May 2022. Our May issues of Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia will also contain previews of the event.
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