At Printpack India 2015, Baumer India displayed its regular products for the print and packaging industry – gluing systems, quality assurance systems, camera inspection systems and the major sensors required for the graphics industry. “Our products are also showcased running on the equipment of at least ten OEM companies exhibiting at Printpack,” says Milind Bhalerao, national sales manager, Baumer India.
Established in January 2007, Baumer India is a wholly owned sales-service subsidiary of Baumer Group for the Indian sub-continent India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The main office is located in Pune with all modern infrastructure and ably assisted by regional resident engineers at all important locations in India. Baumer India manufactures products like gluing systems, sensor solutions, motion control, vision technologies products and more. “We have more than500gluingsystems installed in India,” says Bhalerao.
Baumer has established itself as a leading player in the arena of factory automation through its innovative and robust sensors, rotary encoders and vision systems finding applications in diverse industry segments such as print graphics, packaging, pharmaceutical machinery, food and beverage, wind energy, cranes, steel, metal and material handling and more. “In India, the main challenge for us is still the price, not technology,” Bhalerao says.
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