Naph Graphics gets strong leads at Printpack 2019

Naph’s web offset solutions

Naph Graphics team at Printpack 2019

Noida-based Naph Graphics has received four to five strong leads during the first five days of Printpack 2019, Mohit Bansal, assistant director – Marketing told Indian Printer and Publisher.

“We have got solid leads for our web offset solution from customers in both newspaper and book printing segments. We have finalized a few orders for stackers as well,” Bansal says.

The year 2018 has been a good one for the company as it has managed to book a number of orders. “We have a very good order book and are booked till May. Last year was a fabulous year for us and we believe this year will be equally good,” he says.

At Printpack, the highlight of Naph’s stand is Koncept 4 Hi tower, which has been designed on staggered blanket cylinder concept to ensure optimum stability in color registration. It is equipped with bearer to bearer plate and blanket cylinders, pneumatic disc brake and pneumatic controls, among others. The machine can print 30,000 copies per hour and has a maximum web width of 914 mm available in cut-off lengths of 508/535/546/560/578/585/610/630/660 mm.

Talking about the expo, Bansal says it has been a success and all the credit should go to IPAMA for flawless management.

Naph Graphics is in Hall 14, Stand J37.

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