Monotech sells ColorAqua Hybrid to Wonderpac at LabelExpo

Trilok and Minakshi Mittal of Wonderpac select machine

The ColorAqua Hybrid at the Monotech stand at Labelexpo India 2022 at Greater Noida
The ColorAqua Hybrid at the Monotech stand at Labelexpo India 2022 at Greater Noida

Monotech Systems, a manufacturer and solutions provider for the printing and packaging industry, sold a ColorAqua Hybrid to Wonderpac within the first four hours of the inauguration of the Labelexpo exhibition at Greater Noida on 10 November 2022. 

When Trilok Mittal and Minakshi Mittal of Wonderpac saw the machine, they immediately knew that they had found the digital production press that they were looking for. The Sonipat-based Wonderpac is a manufacturer of industrial labels, holographic stickers and pharmaceutical labels.

“ColorAqua Hybrid is a mid-level label printing production press that enables label printers to adopt digital workflow in label printing at a cost with heavily loaded features of high-definition 1600 dpi full color CMYK water-based inkjet printing based on the Memjet Duraflex inkjet printhead. It is equipped with pre inkjet flexo for water-based primers, coating, white and post inkjet flexo with water-based UV curable coatings that are suitable for phama products,” said Priyanka Rathi, deputy general manager, marketing and communications, Monotech.

Packaging South Asia had earlier in its preview written about the launch of the ColorAqua Hybrid at the Labelexpo India exhibition. 

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