Global Printech Graphics at PrintPack India 2022 Hall 9B Stand F36-37

Displaying consumables and spare parts at the event

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Global Printech Graphics
Global Printech Graphics will showcase consumables and spare parts.

New Delhi based Global Printech Graphics produces consumables and spare products for the printing industry and is participating in the most significant event in the printing and packaging industry, PrintPack India 2022 at Greater Noida. 

At Hall 9B, Stand F36-37, the company is showcasing its large variety of products such as computer-to-plate spares, HEPA filters, UDRC drum filters, water developer filters, brush rollers, rubber rollers, Komori and Heidelberg machines spares, three knives trimmer, paper cutting knives, and web offset printing consumables including spares of Orient, Manugraph, and News Line. All aluminum and special steel bars are used for all types of printing rubber blankets, falcon wash and chemicals, UV/IR lamps and silicon promotional items.

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“This event will be beneficial as it is organized after the pandemic Covid-19. The range of the products has changed so we will gain some knowledge about sales prospects with new customers. The B2B approach has helped us in many ways, and this will be a chance to meet all customers in correspondence by face-to-face meetings in PrintPack India 2022,” said Ritu Gami of Global Printech Graphics.

The company is looking for more customers from India and neighboring countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Srilanka, UAE, and other countries.

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