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Sankoch Gaur, director, technical, of SASG at drupa 2024

Faridabad-based SASG UV Solutions has showcased its Dripmaster coating solution at drupa 2024. The machine, launched in April 2022, is designed for various coating applications, including hybrid, flood coatings, water-based coating, UV coatings, HSL, and others.

According to Sankoch Gaur, director, technical, at SASG UV Solutions, the Dripmaster machine is easy to maintain, operator-friendly, and can be synchronized with any offset press. “It is a very versatile solution,” he said.

In addition to the Dripmaster, SASG UV Solutions is also highlighting its cold foil machine.

Talking about their participation at drupa, Gaur emphasized that it’s an extremely important event and a great platform to meet potential buyers from across the world.

drupa is an exhibition visited by a variety of international buyers. We have met a lot of potential customers from Turkey, Mexico, and Morocco, as well as from eastern European countries. Being at drupa opens a lot of markets for exports. We do not have much presence in the European and African countries, so we are using the drupa platform to look for channel partners. Our experience at the expo has been very, very good,” Gaur said.

Currently, SASG UV Solutions exports only to Asian countries such as Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and the UAE. At drupa, the company is located in hall 5, stand A05.

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