Robus India receives phenomenal response at Pamex

Launch of RAPID – a new advanced folder gluer in India

Robus India team at their stand in Pamex 2017. Photo PSA

Located in Delhi(NCR), Robus India, provides solutions and support services for paperboard and corrugated converting industry. Robus received a phenomenal response at Pamex exhibition in Mumbai. The company displayed advanced folder-gluer named RAPID (with immovable hooks technology for crash lock cartons) from equipment manufacturer, Hongjing.

“We sold seven machines and booked several orders for our equipment manufacturer Hongjing Machinery and Dayuan Machinery. We sold advanced folder gluers, die-cutters and automatic sheet lamination machines to Baddi based Universal Print-O-Pack, Haryana’s NG Packaging, Noida’s P K Enterprises, Unity Offset in Bengaluru, and a Chennai based company among others ,” said Abhinav Gupta and Prem P Vishwakarma,directors of Robus India.

Hongjing’s advance folder-gluer enhances speed while reducing wastage. It is a hookless machine and can run crash lock-bottom cartons at 350 metres per minute and straight-line cartons at 450 metres per minute. The machine increases production upto 40%, reduces wastage considerably and enables quick job setting.The directors believe that the company has a variety of finishing solutions for customers from the packaging business.

“Last year, we had 40 installations in India. We have a strong clientele in North India. We received some orders from the South at Pamex and now hope to expand our operations to South India as well. We are looking ahead to achieve more than the last year,” they added. “We are channel partners for Hongjing and Dayuan. We have brought folder-gluers in India from Hongjing and automatic die cutters from Dayuan,”

After a successful stint at the India Corr Expo, this is the second time in 2017 that the company managed to attract visitors. They now look forward to reach out to more clients across Pan India.

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