Popli Graphics' L-20, a cutting-edge laser-based anilox cleaning machine at TEG Technologies's booth in Labelexpo 2023

Popli Graphics, a supplier of printing consumables, materials, and equipment has its impression on Labelexpo 2023 at the stalls of TEG Technologies and Agergaard.

The attendees of Labelexpo 2023 can witness the future of anilox cleaning with TEG Technologies’ newly introduced L-20, a cutting-edge laser-based anilox cleaning machine at their booth. This innovation marks the successor to the highly acclaimed L-10 and is designed to bridge the gap between the narrow web and mid-web industry.

In a statement by Popli Graphics, the authorized distributor for India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh, the spokesperson said, “With the L-20, we’re taking anilox cleaning to the next level, offering greater efficiency, precision, and performance. This machine is set to revolutionize the printing industry, ensuring that your equipment runs at its absolute best, delivering exceptional results every time.”

Popli Graphics collaboration with Agergaard at Labelexpo 2023

Popli Graphics claims the collaboration with Agergaard, renowned for manufacturing highly precise doctor blades and end seals of the best quality, will offer a complete and unparalleled solution for improving print quality.

“Our presence at the Agergaard stall underscores our commitment to offering comprehensive solutions that empower our customers to achieve the highest standards in their printing processes,” said the spokesperson.

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