Printpack 2019: Mark Vi Trac Systems to exhibit thermal ink-jet printers

Hall 9, Stand I-51

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Mark Vi Trac Systems to exhibit Weber inkjet printers at Printpack 2019

At Printpack 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida, Mark Vi Trac Systems will be present at Hall 9, Stand I-51. Founded and backed by Hemant Malavia’s vast experience in printing and packaging industry, Mark Vi Trac Systems is into supplying variable data printing systems and is in partnership with international ink-jet printer manufacturer, Weber Marking Systems GmbH.

The company will showcase the Weber range of thermal ink-jet printers along with its own range of off-line feeder systems, which are useful to medium and small-scale industries for printing of variable data on sheets. The company will launch the feeders with conveyors which are capable to print variable data on both top and bottom sides of the sheets.

Key features of the company’s products include economical costs in both capital and running as well as ease of operation. The company is expecting a good footfall at Printpack India 2019. Mark Vi Trac Systems plans to meet security press holders and printers, who are into variable data printing at the event. The company is hoping to sell 5 – 10 systems at the show.

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