Ronald Web Offset at PrintPack India – Hall 9D, Stand H-20

Solutions for the paper bag industry

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Ronald Web Offset
(Middle) Adithya Gupta, director at Ronald Web Offset with his team showcases Ronald 450 paper carry bag manufacturing machine at PrintPack India 2022. Photo IPP

Faridabad-based Ronald Web Offset is an in-house manufacturer of paper carry bags since the pandemic year 2021. It brings a total solution for square bottom paper carry bags, showcasing the Ronald 450 and 360 machine at PrintPack India 2022.

Ronald Web Offset provides a comprehensive solution for creating paper bags in-house, from printing to pasting, and fastening of handles. There are various Chinese machines available in the market for creating paper bags, but what makes Ronald stand apart is its make-in-India machinery. The firm gives competition to Chinese manufacturers. In terms of costs, both Chinese and Indian machines are comparable. However, Ronald claims its equipment offers excellent service and response times. Indian clients are increasingly opting for locally produced machines,” says Adithya Gupta, director of Ronald Web Offset.

The company uses Pidilite adhesives for pasting the carry bags, while also sourcing adhesives from local Delhi vendors. Ronald sold three machines – two in Kerala and one in Sonipat till the fourth day of PrintPack. It also manufactures the V-bottom paper carry bag machines – two of these machines are installed in Rajkot and Mumbai, respectively.

When it comes to the visitor response at Printpack, Gupta adds that the number of visitors is much more significant than in the last edition. “From our perspective, the expo has been a huge success,” he exclaims.

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