Printpack 2019: Line O Matic to exhibit its shrink wrapping machine

Hall 9, Stand E-43

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Line O Matic's shrik wrapping machine

At Printpack India 2019, Line O Matic, one of the world’s largest and leading machinery manufacturers for the exercise notebook and paper converting industry will display its exercise notebook machinery range. The company will exhibit its fully automatic exercise book machine along with its shrink wrapping machine, automatic reel to sheet ruling/flexo printing machine and exercise book binding machine, at the event. With a total area of 588 square meters, the company has the biggest stand at Printpack 2019.

The company plans to launch its Bolt RB104 MAX, a fully automatic exercise book machine and SWM 100, an automatic continuous motion shrink wrapping machine. A new variant in the Bolt RB Series, the Bolt RB104 MAX­­­ has a maximum speed of 500 meters per minute and converting stroke of 80 cycles per minute. SWM 100 is the new entrant in Line O Matic range of products for wrapping of notebooks. It is sturdy, fast, safe and easy to operate.

Printpack India is one of largest and most renowned exhibitions in India and provides a good platform for launching new products. The visitors will get a chance to witness the new launches and can consider the same in their expansion planning of business so Printpack exhibition will help us to book the orders on spot and sale of machines in future.

Participating since 2005 at Printpack, it is the 8th participation of Line O Matic at the show. As an exhibitor, the company is expecting genuine leads and on spot booking from visitors and a well managed exhibition from organizer. The company is expectant of some on-spot bookings.

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