PRESTO to launch rubber stamps at Printpack India 2019

Hall 9, Stand E 15-16

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Anurag Poddar, director at Mohan Impressions

To meet printers, sublimation dealers, office rubber stamp dealers, small business owners, office stationery suppliers, and corporate gift suppliers, Mohan Impressions will exhibit at Printpack India 2019 from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida.

Mohan Impressions (PRESTO), a Kolkata-based company, is specialized in sublimation gifts, laser engraving, 3D crystals and office rubber stamp solutions. The company will be showcasing its gift personalization machines and office rubber stamp making machines at the show. The company has a staff strength of over 150 persons and has a retail chain of over 150 stores across India in the franchise model.

The company will launch its new system to personalize cotton T-shirts using plotter and motmelt fabric vinyls along with its E Series range of office rubber stamps. PRESTO equipment are suitable for small businesses which can be installed in an office or at home office and run on a single phase. The investment being low, the entry barrier in the business is extremely easy to surmount and at the same time the return on investment is high.

Anurag Poddar of Mohan Impressions says, “Like all previous years, we expect quality footfall from across India and even overseas. We are confident of converting those footfall into good business for ourselves. Like any good trade show, we expect Printpack India 2019 to give us quality leads from across India and beyond. In addition to meeting new business prospects, this will be a great platform to meet existing customers from across the horizon.”

The company is expecting good bookings during the show.

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