Printpack 2019: LMI India to launch FMC 650 and LmArk

Hall 14, Stand K-65


Participating for the first time at the Printpack 2019, from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida LMI India, based in Delhi, will launch its FMC 650 – stacker feeder conveyor along with its marking and coding machines, LmArk – laser marking, label print and apply system, and track and trace system. The ISO 9001: 2015 TÜV Nord certified company, with Pan India presence provide coding technologies such as CIJ, TIJ, TTO, DOD, laser marking along label print and apply system, stacker feeder and conveyors for printing and packaging industry.

The FMC 650 that will be launched at Printpack 2019, offers verification as well as rejection mechanism. The company will be present in Hall 14, Stand K-65 at the show. Mohan Pandit of LMI said, “LMI India is looking forward to meet industry colleagues and showcase LMI range of products. The company believes that this forum will help in exhibiting our products and educating the visitors about the technologies available in the market place. Demonstration of different features of the machines and the functionality of the products at the event will create inquisitiveness in the minds of the visitors.”

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