Robus India at Printpack 2022 – Hall 9C Stand G15

Direction folder-gluer with Braille embossing at India’s largest show

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Robus India
Robus India at Printpack 2022 – Hall 9C Stand G15.

Robus India is among the leading carton packaging equipment manufacturers, specializing in folder gluers, die-cutters and lamination machines for the folding carton and corrugated industries. After a lengthy hiatus, Robus India is enthusiastic about the resumption of the PrintPack India show.

It is exhibiting its new locally manufactured Instafold folder-gluer with Braille embossing capability. The company will also discuss its new project for delivering Operational Excellence and Quality Standards, to its clients through live presentations by Subhasis Roy at its stand G15 in hall 9C. Roy has recently associated himself with Robus as a strategic director for developing both manufacturing and servicing and also for the company’s customers who want to be certified for quality and efficiency. 

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“Over the last two years, we have found that customers are always looking to improve their quality and efficiency. Everyone wants to grow in their business. So in this context, we have started our OEE and quality standard projects, which we will present at Printpack 2022, and expect more customers to understand the need and benefits of this concept,” said Prem Vishwakarma, co-founder of Robus.

“At this event, we are showing our make in India folder gluer Direction series specially designed for Indian customers to meet their specific needs. With the help of this platform, we will make the customers aware of our new projects, our Direction series and our Braille embossing capabilities. We expect to generate a good number of leads for these at the show,” concludes Vishwakarma.

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