MRL Printing Rolls displays rolls at PrintPack – Hall 9D Stand H 25

Different size variants for specialized industry segments

Vipin Bhardwaj, senior marketing manager at MRL Printing Rolls stand. Photo: MRL Printing Rolls
Vipin Bhardwaj, senior marketing manager at MRL Printing Rolls stand. Photo: MRL Printing Rolls

Modinagar-based MRL Printing Rolls said to be the sole roller manufacturer in Delhi NCR, has brought various kinds of rollers to the 15th PrintPack Show. At Stand H25 in Hall 9D, MRL is displaying its silicone-coated rolls, anilox roll, groove roll, hard rider roll, gum roll, hard chrome roll, wood design roll, embossing design roll, and polyurethane roll.  

Polyurethane roll, wood design roll, and embossing design roll at MPRL’s stand. Photo: PSA

MRL manufactures rubber, PU, and hard chrome rollers ranging from 3 millimeters to 10 meters in length. It has three units in Modinagar and one in Hyderabad, serving mainly the textiles, printing, packaging, steel, and plywood industries. It uses the latest technology of seamless rubber coating, which ensures the rubber roller’s quality and long durability, and runs at very high speeds.

Vipin Bhardwaj, senior marketing manager at MRL Printing Rolls, says, “MRL believes in producing the rolls having a long life and a faster speed. The capacity to produce a big-sized roll is 100-150 rolls a day, while 200-250 smaller size rolls can be produced daily. We have our in-house R&D centers, rubbers, and quality team, and we import and employ compounds from Korea. Today, we serve around 25-30% of the Indian roller market and plan to capture 50% in the near future. Plans to buy a CNC machine for manufacturing rollers are also in the pipeline.”

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