Narendra Gravure
Shrey Agarwal, VP innovation at Narendra Gravure

At the recently concluded Pamex 2023 held in Mumbai, Faridabad-based Narendra Gravure talked about its rotogravure printing machines, lamination machines, slitter rewinders, and inspection machines. The company sells its machines under the Gravotechnica brand.

We provide a range of solutions for the gravure printing industry. We have installed over a thousand machines in India and have supplied machines to customers in markets such as Poland, Central Asia, Nigeria, and UAE, among others. We service customers in the induction wad industry, PET-free carton box industry, etc,” says Shrey Agarwal, VP of innovation at Narendra Gravure.

The company has a state-of-art integrated manufacturing facility spread over 11,500 square feet on the National Highway-2 (Mathura Road), Faridabad. It has in-house design, fabrication, sheet metal fabrication, complete assembly from a test laboratory, repair and software development departments.

Agarwal said the company was at Pamex to understand the Western Indian market.

At Pamex, we get visitors from a lot of industries. We met convertors, offset printers, and some brand owners. For me, this was the first Pamex although my company has exhibited at the expo many times before. We were able to get a few serious leads as well,” Agarwal says. 

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