Scanvik Packaging at K 2019

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Scanvik Packaging established in 1990 has been closely associated with the printing and packaging converting industry for almost three decades, has established itself as a reliable source offering solutions backed by technology. The company’s focus to closely interact with every customer big or small has given it in-depth expertise and knowledge of the industry and equipment. Scanvik’s strength comes from its ability to support and assist customers in their endeavor to improve quality, increase productivity, and reduce wastage, and downtime which give it a cutting edge in this challenging and competitive market.

Flexible packaging in India over the last 15 years has seen not only a rapid growth in terms of volume but also converters are now more focused on parameters such as quality, productivity, technology, wastage, sustainability keeping this healthy trend in mind Scanvik Packaging will be offering cutting edge innovative technology that not only offers value addition to customer but also keeps in line with today’s demand of reduction in wastage and sustainability.

Scanvik is associated with companies such as Rossini, Sei Laser, Hudson Sharp, Flexowash, BIEFFEBI, Bimec, and Simec all of who have a strong presence and will be exhibiting at K 2019 at Dusseldorf beginning 16 October 2019. Sei Laser will display and show demos of Packmaster, a high-speed laser scoring and perforation model connected with Bimec’s slitter and rewinder. Bimec will be displaying its new generation turret type and dual spindle slitter rewinder.

Flexowash will be displaying a range of cleaning and washing equipment for anilox rolls, printing plates, press parts, and gravure cylinders. Rossini will display Mandrels, rolls, and sleeves for gravure, flexo and lamination. BIEFFEBI will display plate mounters offering the latest technology with fully automatic model Automa 374, Unica 343 VM and model Traho 426. Simec will be displaying anilox rolls with the latest engraving technology. Lastly, Hudson Sharp will display innovative, high-speed wicketing line of 450bags a minute for sanitary napkins, diaper bags, bread bags and produce bags. Scanvik executives will be present during K 2019 to assist and facilitate close interaction with customers.

Packaging South Asia’s editor, Naresh Khanna will be covering K 2019 and can be reached through the TeamIndia@K WhatsApp group. Interested persons can join the WhatsApp group by sending their name, phone number, and company name to

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