Paktek to introduce pristine Auto Folder Gluers and Auto Flute Laminators

IndiaCorr Expo 2017, Hall 1 Stand B24

Paktek auto flute lamionator

Paktek plans to participate in IndiaCorr Expo 2017 with an aim to interact with established as well as new clients to introduce their latest products. The company will exhibit three of its latest innovations—one piece and multiple piece folder gluer, high speed flute laminator and auto pile turner, and auto folder gluer. The target customers for Paktek in India consist of both big players as well as SMEs. With a diversified range of products, functions and automated machines, Paktek has a rich offering for customers to choose from basic and advanced machine models.

Paktek, established in the year 1991 and headquartered in Taiwan, has two production plants in Taipei and Shanghai. Paktek makes its own Auto Flute laminators for solid boards, corrugated boards and plastic sheets for manufacturing high-quality clear boxes. Paktek considers India as an important market and hence looks at IndiaCorr Expo 2017 as an opportunity for getting involved in healthy business tie-ups with established as well as new players.

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