Boxtech Bangalore promotes its folder gluers at Pamex 2023

The company booked 45 orders in FY2023

Boxtech Bangalore promotes its folder gluers at Pamex 2023
Veena Ajay Nayak and Ajay Nayak of Boxtech Bangalore at Pamex 2023 Photo: PSA

Boxtech Bangalore promoted its folder gluers at Pamex 2023 held in Mumbai from 27 to 30 March. The company that manufactures the Boxtech brand of carton folder gluers was established in the year 2000 by Ananth K. Nayak.

Over the last 22 years, we have focused exclusively on manufacturing folder gluers for processing straight line and lock bottom cartons. In the two decades, we have supplied nearly 650 machines to customers in India and overseas. At Pamex, we are promoting our whole portfolio of machines,” said Veena Ajay Nayak, manager of marketing, Boxtech Bangalore.

Boxtech Bangalore supplies folding cartons to customers in India as well as other emerging markets in Africa and the Middle East. The financial year 2022-2023 was a very good year for the company.

The demand for packaging cartons has been robust post-Covid. For us, the financial year 2022-2023 has been very good. We booked orders for 45 machines,” says Ajay Nayak, CEO of Boxtech Bangalore.

Talking about Pamex 2023, Ajay Nayak said the footfall has been good and the response excellent. “Given that March is the financial year end, we were expecting a much thinner crowd. But the footfall has been very good,” he said.

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