Pune-based Infinity Solutions’ ambitious plans

New start-up in the corrugation industry

Infinity Solutions stand at IndiaCorr Expo. Photo PSA
Infinity Solutions stand at IndiaCorr Expo. Photo PSA

Infinity Solutions, a two-year-old start-up based in Pune, has chalked out an ambitious plan of providing end-to-end solutions to the growing needs of the Indian corrugated industry. The company is promoted by Sarfaraz Pathan and Tufan Kumar Saha, who were earlier working for Bobst and BHS respectively.

The company represents Chinese, Korean and Taiwanese brands in India. Infinity supplies corrugators manufactured by Guangdong Wanlian Packaging Machinery (China), flexo printing presses by Shanghai Dinglong Machinery (China), corrugating rolls manufactured by Haili (China), conveyers manufactured by Qingdao Guangchuan Automation (China), automatic waste baler machine by XT (China), automatic glue kitchen made by Chuen Huah Chemical Co. (Taiwan), and auto folder gluers manufactured by Cheong Ryong (Korea).

In the two years of its existence, Infinity has built up as sizable customer base and has supplied a range of equipment to a number of Indian companies such as Astron Packaging (Ahmedabad), Supack Industries, Jash Packaging (Baroda), Girnar Corrugators (Naidupeta), Vital Papers (Sricity), Vijay Anand Packaging (Hyderabad), Miracle Coroplast (Gandhidham), Miracle Coroplast (Jaipur), Adani Wilmar (Kandla), Qualpack (Baroda), Star Box (Chennai), Panoply Packaging (Chennai), Khetan Packfine (Khopoli), Packsafe (Jabalpur), MNM Triplewall (Bengaluru) and Him Packwell (Baddi).

“We work very closely with our customers and give them our inputs in every dimension of their business. We help them to identify their current and future business evolution opportunities. We also do financial viability study of the project to make our customers understand the economics of the project. Based on this study, we make informed recommendations in different areas like size of the land, layout, etc.,” says Pathan.

A successful IndiaCorr Expo

The company participated at the recently concluded IndiaCorr Expo, which was held in October, and promoted various solutions that it provides.

“IndiaCorr Expo is the biggest show for the corrugated industry in India. It provides you a common platform for sharing knowledge, exhibiting your products to a large base of potential buyers and networking with different business associates,” says Saha.

Talking about plans for the coming future, both Pathan and Saha say that there are many things in the pipeline, but the primary focus would be on increasing the company’s service support team to be able to extend quicker and value-added service to customers. 

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  1. Dear MR TUHFAN /MR S Pathan,

    I had left a message requesting you to please plan a visit to ALIGN,,Ranjangaon , with regards to a Conveyor Project as instructed by MR Nikhil ..However I have not received any feedback from your end.Please revert back ASAP if interested


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