Arden Asia’ packaging software at Printpack 2019

Hall 3, Stand B-30A

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Arden Asia Pacific Software plans to participate in the upcoming edition of Printpack India 2019 to expand its footprint in the South Asian market. The show takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida. Focusing on its target audience including folding carton manufacturers, corrugators, converters, steel rule die makers, and media houses, Arden will exhibit in Hall 3, Stand B-30A.
Arden Software is a world leader in the development of innovative CAD, manufacturing, enterprise and workflow management solutions for the print and packaging industry. At Printpack 2019, Arden Asia Pacific Software will exhibit its Impact CAD packaging software along with DOTscan Braille reader machine, WEBcnx, the portal solution for packaging workflow and asset management as well as its packaging prepress solutions.
Manish Bhaskar, managing director, Asia & Africa says, “From Printpack India 2019, we expect a good stimulus to our business in terms of immediate and future revenue, networking and strategic partnerships. Trade shows are quite important as they provide an opportunity to showcase one’s capabilities and experience first-hand the market changes in terms of technology and product offerings within the industry.”

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