Monotech Systems at Labelexpo India 2022 – Hall 1, Stand C26

Company to showcase digital label printing solutions

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Monotech's new Colornovo Hybrid is equipped with 7-Color Digital UV Inkjet Printing technology. Photo: Monotech Systems

Monotech Systems will showcase its digital label printing solutions to its customers and other exhibitors at Labelexpo India 2022, Priyanka Rathi, deputy general manager, Marketing & Communication, Jetsci Global, has confirmed.

The manufacturer and solutions provider for the printing and packaging industry will have a live demonstration of its new Colornovo Hybrid, which is equipped with 7-color digital UV inkjet printing technology, and Tracesci, which is a track-and-trace solution.

It is also launching a new ColorAqua Hybrid, an economical high-resolution’ variable data printing solution with an online inspection system, during the show to be held from 10 to 13 November in Greater Noida. Monotech will be present in Hall 1, Stand C26.

“We find the Labelexpo a focused industry show with quality footfall. For us, participating in trade shows is never about just sales. We use trade shows or exhibitions as a platform to showcase the best of our capabilities and products, which are world-class. We run successful demos during the show so that our prospective clients can experience our machine capabilities firsthand and always get good responses and quality leads. Sales will always follow if you have the right product,” said Jimit Mittal, president of Jetsci Global.

Neeraj Thappa, vice-president, Sales, at Jetsci Global, remarked, “Our experience with Label Expo India goes way back and has always been fruitful. In the last Labelexpo, we received multiple orders for our digital label press, ‘Colornovo,’ and since our last participation in 2018, we have installed 20 presses (Colornovo/KolorSmart+) and 100+ other inkjet solutions globally.”

This year also, the company will show futuristic solutions that will help the converters and label industry to grow exponentially. “We would like to extend our invitation to all our print and package fraternity prospects to visit our stand,” Thappa said.

Tarun Sharma, general manager, Operations, at Jetsci Global, spoke on the company’s achievements in the last 3-4 years. “Introducing innovative and revolutionized solutions in the industry is our forte, and with a strong in-house R&D department, we keep on developing advanced solutions. At Labelexpo, all the machines on the floor will be of world-class quality with a focus on streamlining customer workflow, which will help their business to grow multifold.”

Mittal said the packaging and labeling market is consistently growing and even during the pandemic times, this segment sustained and supported the print industry.

“Our industry has experienced a change in the last 3-4 years – shrinking profit margins, increased media prices, and shorter run lengths with multiple SKUs. Today, brands are not interested in stock keeping, they want quick job turnarounds, VDP, personalization, and customization. This changing scenario is pushing more and more label printers and converters to adopt digital printing solutions. In another 4-5 years down the line, you may find most of the printers adapting to this agile, versatile and flexible technology. It is just the beginning, and we have just begun,” Mittal concluded.

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