DGM cracks 10 deals in first three days of Pamex 2023

More deals to be announced later

DGM cracks 10 deals in first three days of Pamex 2023
DGM India demonstrates the Smartfold 1100SL folder gluer at its booth Photo: PSA

After selling four machines on the first day of Pamex 2023, DGM India cracked a few more deals on the second and third days of the print and packaging expo. The company has sold a total of 10 machines during Pamex 2023.

DGM India sold two Technocut 1050S die cutters and one Smartfold 1100SL folder gluer to Miraj Multi Color, one Smartfold 800PC folder gluer to Udai MultiPrint, one Smartfold 1100PC folder gluer to Raj Paktech, and one SmartFlute X 1450 flute laminator to Sattik Packaging.

On the first day, DGM India announced the sale of four machines – two folder gluers and two die cutters. Noida-based Santoshi had booked a Technocut 1050S die cutter with stripping and one fully loaded Technofold1100SL. These machines will be installed at the company’s unit at Kosi in Uttar Pradesh.

MJ Global had booked a Technocut 1050 die cutter, which will be placed at the company’s Ecotech plant in Greater Noida. Delhi-based Design O Xperts had gone for a Smartfold 1100SL folder gluer.

We have had a very good three days. We have closed deals for 10 machines and a few more are in the pipeline. We will disclose those deals later,” said Puneet Aggarwal, managing director, DGM India.

At Pamex, the company demonstrated the Smartfold 1100SL folder gluer and was running both straight line and lock bottom jobs.

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