Solutions for automated cartons and corrugation at Printpack 2019

Vig Graphics – Hall 9, H18

Automatic flute laminator

Vig Graphics is a fast growing solution provider to the carton and corrugated packaging industry. At its large stand at Printpack it will be showing four machines including an autoplaten diecutter, a flute laminator for corrugated packaging, a film laminator for preparing paperboard by laminating metallized polyester (metpet) and other films for cartons, and a folder-gluer.

At PrintPack 2019 the company will launch its indigenously made fully automatic flute laminator for 3-ply and 5-ply corrugation. Vig claims it is the first Indian company to manufactured an automatic flute laminator incorporating servo-type technology that suites the requirements of the Indian corrugated box converters. In collaboration with its Chinese partners, Vig Graphics will also be showcasing a high speed film laminating machine (Deke–Vig Graphics); an automatic diecutter (Ruije-Vig Graphics); a high speed folder gluer (Ragaoke-Vig Graphics); 2-ply cardboard cardboard production line (Xinfeng-Vig Graphics); and, a 5-ply corrguation production line (Cangzhou Flowtech-Vig Graphics).

Vig has an installed base of 15 fully automatic diecutting and creasing machines and more than 25 automatic flute lamination machines and sever 2-ply and 5-ply plants. The company provides a total solution for the packaging industry and aims to assist those who are looking to upgrade their existing plant towards full automation. It takes pride in its after sales service and maintenance where it has a system wherein its extends free machine health checkups every month, for a year. Its tech and demo centre to back up and enhance its presales services is the first of its kind to be opened in Faridabad.

The company participated in the past three Printpack India exhibitions and also in the Sino Corrugation Expo last year that was also held in the Greater Noida Expo. It expects to meet a large number visitors in the carton and corrugated cartons segments at Printpack 2019.

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