Sona papers to exhibit specialty grade papers at Printpack 2019

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The Printpack India exhibition is recognized as the country’s leading and one of the largest trade shows in the printing and packaging fraternity. It acts as a platform where the customers, printers, converters and other packaging industry professionals gather to showcase, source and acknowledge the recent developments in the printing and packaging arena. As a leading fine paper merchant of the country, Sona Papers sees a great opportunity through this participation, to be recognized as a trusted and reliable stakeholder in commercial printing and packaging arena.

The company will exhibit its range of specialty grade fine papers, 100% recycled papers and specialty boards at the show. It has been participating in Printpack India exhibition since the last 10 years. “Printpack India does provide us a good platform to interact with potential printers, print specifiers and converters. The company is also expecting higher visibility of its product portfolio among the printing and packaging fraternity,” a spokesperson from the company says. At the event, the company plans to target the printers, print specifiers, converters, packaging industry professionals, digital printers, graphic designers and corporates.

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