Sheth Printograph to show its complete product range at Printpack 2019

Hall No. 5, Stand C 13-15

KDX automatic lamination machine

Sheth Printograph will participate at the upcoming Printpack 2019 event to showcase latest product developments and automation solutions under one roof and will also look for networking opportunities with old and new customers. The company will display its complete product range with live demo in 200 sq mtrs space in Hall 5 Stand no C-13-18. Products on display at the stand will be the DAYA Dry Lamination machine with auto-sheet separator, the high speed automatic double side thermal laminator with PET cutter, embossing machine, KDX automatic laminating machine under the brand name SHENSO with hot knife cutting and the automatic blanker, also from the same brand.

“We have regularly exhibited at all Printpack shows since its first edition. The Indian printing sector in relation to packaging is booming specially owing to government’s Make in India policy and cost benefit to customers. Every Commercial printer is turning into packaging and that’s how we see high potential of investment in automatic machines,” Says Sonal Sheth, director of Sheth Printograph.

“Printpack gives us an opportunity to showcase our complete product range, have technical discussions and provides networking opportunities to understand future trends,” Sheth adds. According to her, the demand from tier 2 and tier 3 towns has increased rapidly and printers and converters are ready to invest more in automatic machinery. DAYA is a trusted name in providing high quality, efficient service to Indian as well as global printing and packaging companies. Since last Printpack in 2017, Sheth Printograph has created a new niche for its products with solutions in automation and integration.

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