Komori packaging seminar to be held across India – 25 May-8 June 2019

Extending business and technical support to Komori customers

Komori India is conducting packaging seminars across India between 25 May and 8 June.

Komori India is organizing packaging seminars across different cities in India between 25 May and 6 June 2019. The seminars will be conducted with close collaboration between the expert teams of Komori India and Japan. The objective of the seminars is to showcase the ability of solution-based packaging of Komori packaging presses rather than standard box pushing.

Sangam Khanna, deputy managing director of Komori India, says, “In the coming years, there is strong forecast for a massive percentage boom in the packaging market. From mono carton value-added carton and e-flute, g-flute cartons so on…. This platform will also have an interactive session on the problems the customers face during their busy production planning and executions. Also, there are many customers who wish to produce certain types of cartons but they lack knowledge on how to print. The print experts will provide them solutions and ways to resolve their issues with the limited time available.”

The seminar would thereby ensure that Komori’s mainstream prestigious customers and Tier-II cities can extract the benefits from this seminar, grow their business and get returns on their investments.

Keeping in mind the dire need of bridging the gap between customers and technology, Komori aims to reach out to every customer who is facing challenges in terms of use of technology to increase productivity and revenue without hampering the quality along with value addition. The expert team from Komori Japan will focus on the difficulties faced by customers and help them understand how to grow their business using Komori’s cutting-edge printing technology. The packaging seminar will also help them identify the areas they need to improve and how Komori can address their packaging solution with print preparation, changeover time or automatic operation by register and density control and quality inspection technologies.

The seminar will throw light on packaging solutions and how Komori packaging presses can deliver high quality print, flexibility while balancing technical fluency with high standard of productivity and ease of operation. The top priority will be to focus on HUV needs, coating on press with IR and explain which technology in press will give long-term return. Komori India is now selling Lithrone G40 and Lithrone G37 as the flagship packaging press in the market.

Satoshi Mochida, representative director and president of Komori group, shares, “We want to show our strong presence in the market in terms of reaching out to the entire potential packaging customers as we have proven globally. Through this packaging seminar we are sending the message to our prestigious customers that we believe in a solution-based approach for packaging printers.”

Through the packaging seminar, Komori intends to extend its vision to become an organization that leads and contributes to the growth and sustainability of the society and industry; provide the best solutions and products to customers; and offer services that are beyond expectations — ‘Kando’.

One can register for the seminar through the following link: www.komori.in/packaging-seminar/ The seminar will be conducted on 25 May in Delhi, 27 May in Ahmedabad, 29 May in Surat, 30 May in Vasai, 3 June in Bengaluru, 5 June in Hyderabad, 7 June in Guwahati, and on 8 June in Kolkata.

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