Esko goes more deeply digital at Printpack 2022

Esko customer announcements at Printpack – Hall 9D Stand H22C

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Esko goes more deeply digital at Printpack 2022
Deepanshu Goel of Creative Graphics with Karan Talwar and Arnab Maiti of Esko at the Esko stand at Printpack 2022. Photo PSA

Esko’s new initiative to connect and integrate its prepress software with its customers’ production workflow is what it is highlighting and explaining to existing and potential customers at Printpack India. Meanwhile, with its strong footprint, its customers keep adding new software and upgrades that are being announced at the show. Among these is Creative Graphics the multi-locational flexo plate trade supplier to the flexible packaging, label, and corrugated industry with plants in every region of the country. Creative’s signing of two licenses of Esko’s latest generation high PDF editor ArtPro and Advanced software was announced on the first day of the show. 

Nawalkishore’s Achintya Soni with the Esko team
Nawalkishore’s Achintya Soni with the Esko team at Esko’s Printpack stand announcing the Esko’s prepress software signing. Photo PSA

Esko’s Karan Talwar said regarding the announcement, “Creative Graphics has been the front runner in the adoption of the latest and best technology from Esko for their prepress activities. It’s a natural progression for them to adapt to the latest generation PDF-based editing software through ArtPro+ Advanced and by seamlessly integrating it with their existing Esko Automation Engine server workflow.”

Another announcement on the first day of the show was of Nawalkishore press’s investment in an Esko Prepress System. Achintya Soni of Nawalkishore said at the time of the announcement, “Esko’s packaging prepress systems are very user friendly and the company provides prompt service support. The Artioscad and ArtPro+ packaging software suite will give us a high level of standardization and consistency in production. 

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