Sona papers to exhibit specialty grade papers at Printpack 2019

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Sona Papers to exhibit recycled paper at Printpack 2019

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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