Skypack’s packaging solutions for laminated tubes

Hall 7, Level 1/A12

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tubes
At inerpack 2017, Skypack will be showing its range of speciality laminates for making laminated tubes

Faridabad-based Skypack India provides packaging solutions such as laminates, pouches and laminated tubes, to name a few. The company offers packaging solutions to both the food and pharmaceutical industry. In terms of infrastructure, it has 6-, 8- and 9-colour rotogravure printing machine, capable of printing a variety of substrates including PET, BOPP, paper, LDPE, etc. It has Nordmeccanica solventless lamination machines, slitters and pouching machines. Skypack has 3- and 5-layer coextruded blown film lines. It also has a
tubing machine and tube printing machine.

After receiving some great response at interpack 2014, Skypack will be present at interpack 2017 as well, where it will be showing its range of speciality laminates for making laminated tubes. “We would like to promote our advantages such as economies of scale and cost benefits to global buyers. We intend to show coloured Plastic barrier laminates (PBL) for tubes. This is something which is not easily offered by competition,” says Naveen Talwar, director – marketing, Skypack India.

Skypack is aiming to expand its global market share. In addition to being at interpack, it also participated for the first time in Pack Expo in Chicago in 2016.

At interpack 2017, the company will be at Hall 7, Level 1/A12.

 

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