Shailja Papers aims at wider exposure during Printpack 2019

Hall 9, Stand G1

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Shailja papers to exhibit at Printpack

At Printpack India 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, Shailja Papers will exhibit in Hall 9, Stand G-1. The company is aiming at wider exposure for all concerned industries at one stage.
Delhi based, Shailja Papers is the authorized distributor of Favini, Skinplast, Mabel, Sef, Moorim, and various mills of China. The company will exhibit different types of paper, paper board and covering material of domestic mills as well as international mills. It will also highlight certain new products of international mills during the show.
Based on its previous participation in Printpack shows, the company is anticipating a good footfall and better exposure of products, increased trade inquiries and maximum materialising into business.
A show attended by visitors from related industries, interested in products of their choice and requirements, Printpack 2019 is expected to provide a wider platform to the companies.

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