Suba Solutions plans new launches at Printpack 2019

Printpack India 2019: Hall 9, Stand E-41/42


Chennai-based packaging post-press solutions provider Suba Solutions plans to unveil several new features at the upcoming Printpack 2019 that will be held in Greater Noida from 1-6 February.

The company will show automatic die cutter, offline blanking, high-speed quality Inspection system, automatic window patcher, versatile window patcher, food packaging equipment and conventional UV system. All these solutions will have some new features that Suba will unveil only at the show.

“We are hoping to show six machines at the show. Almost every equipment is a new launch in some way. And we want to keep them as a pleasant surprise for our visitors and customers,” says V Vaidyalingam, director, Suba Solutions.

Suba has been exhibiting at Printpack for several years and according to Vaidyalingam, “Being the biggest and most successful show for offset related printing and packaging machinery, we have always had very good enquiries and experience at the show.”

“While elections soon after the show keeps things uncertain, Printpack is definitely the key event printing and packaging companies look for. It is quite important,” he adds.

The company plans to meet its existing customers along with companies who plan to invest into paper board packaging and UV printing space.

Suba will be in Hall 9, Stand E 41 and 42.

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Correspondent-Mumbai Shardul has been working and editorially contributing to both Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia since 2011, covering the western regions of India. He has extensively covered variety of verticals in both printing and packaging industries. On personal front, he has keen interest in sports and music.


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