Technova with partners at Pamex 2023

Showcasing a wide range of printing solutions


Technova will present with its partners a range of printing solutions, including Kratos, HP Indigo, Thermostar, Konica Minolta and Touch machines, at hall 1, stand C01 at the Pamex 2023 show in Mumbai.

HP Indigo 6KA spokesperson from Technova said, “It is always a pleasure to meet and spend time with our customers, channel partners and friends from the print fraternity. Every visitor to TechNova’s stand C01 in hall 01 will be able to experience new leading- edge products, based on breakthrough technologies, live in action, all under one roof. They will be able to create their digital road maps with products, services, advisories, vendor managed inventories (VMI) and digital supply chains offered by TechNova.”

The machines to be displayed:

Kratos – Thermal zero-process, direct-on-press digital plate

HP Indigo 6K – Narrow web digital press for labels

ThermoStar T9 HS – High-speed thermal platesetter

Konica Minolta AccurioPress C4080 – Digital color production press

Touch – TechNova Open University for Change

Untitled 2The last Pamex happened in January 2020. “The last three years since then have probably been the most challenging time for all of us, both personally and professionally. By the grace of God and the trust bestowed by our customers, TechNova not only survived the pandemic but has emerged stronger by adding more cutting-edge products to our offerings, introducing more efficient digital business processes and with greater zeal to serve our customers,” the company said.

“We are really looking forward to showcasing all our new offerings to our customers that will help them create a sustainable competitive advantage for their businesses. The industry survived 2020 and 2021, and revived in 2022 and 2023. It is now time to thrive in 2023-24,” the spokesperson said.

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