Anil Agencies to display rigid box machine – Hall 10 F21


At PrintPack India 2017, Anil Agencies, representing Emmeci in India will display the automatic Emmeci rigid box making machine, laminator and gluer, and groove machines. In addition, the company will display Bilt-coated and -uncoated paper; wood-free paper and boards; Smurfit Kappa and Solidus solutions—book binding board; Smurfit Kappa—speciality packaging boards; covering materials—paper-PVC; bonded leather, buckram; adhesives, jelly glue; binding accessories—backlining material, crepe paper, stay tapes; decorative metal corners and more.

PrintPack“We provide new and innovative solutions for the packaging industry as per customer requirements. With the rapidly evolving geo-political equations, Indian manufacturers and customers have started demanding top quality from their suppliers and vendors alike. In order to become a manufacturing nation exporting to the world, we need to have good quality raw material to make superior finished products. At Anil Agencies, we are not only committed to these parameters but also well prepared to serve all our customers with high quality products at competitive prices,” says Mohit Jain of Anil Agencies.

Speaking about demonetization, Jain says, “The recent demonetization drive by the government has been a rather good step. It is necessary for transparency in the entire system and will also help in the development of the country. It has not affected us as such since we work as per the parameters of the concerned departments. There may be a temporary downtrend but internal demand within India is strong enough to embrace this challenge and get back to growth numbers.”

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