The KRecycling team will be present at J18 in Pamex 2024 from 6 to 9 February 2024 at the Bombay Exhibition Center, Goregaon.

In its first show at Pamex 2024, KRecycling, a brand dealing in paper, packaging, and allied products, will showcase its two new product lines – sublimation paper and thermal paper rolls — along with other packaging-grade paper.

Majorly used in the textile industry, sublimation paper applies to sublimation transfer, on which one can print images with mirror reversal through inkjet printing, flat printing, screen printing, and gravure printing.

Thermal paper rolls are used in thermal printers, particularly in inexpensive devices such as adding machines, cash registers, credit card terminals, and small, lightweight portable printers. A receipt is printed on thermal paper. A heat source near the paper will color the paper.

In the exhibition, the team expects to meet new prospective customers with their new product lines. “With our two new product lines, Pamex 2024 will provide us the opportunity to tap the new market segment and new customers,” said Shobhit Agarwal from KRecycling.

According to him, rapid growth in the paper and packaging sector in India has provided a significant potential for future expansion. The growth in the sector is driven by a surge in eCommerce, food processing, pharmaceuticals, FMCG, the manufacturing industry, and the healthcare sector.

The KRecycling team will be present at J18 in Pamex 2024 from 6 to 9 February 2024 at the Bombay Exhibition Center, Goregaon.

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