TGS India to be present in two stands at India Corr Expo 2017

IndiaCorr Expo 2017, Stands D1A and D1B

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SBL diecutter and folder gluer marked by TGS India

At IndiaCorr Expo 2017, TGS India, a leading machinery supplier (both new and used), will display its catalog for various packaging equipment like diecutters, folder gluers, lamination machines, UV coating machines, roll to sheeters, sheet embossing machines and more. The other highlight will be the presence of TGS representatives from various countries that the company represents in India.

TGS will be present at two stands, D-1A and D-1B. The stand D-1A will display the TGS name and style and will have a number of displays of various companies. The stand D-1B will be in the name of Digiflex, an associate company of TGS which is a digital flexo prepress house supplying digital flexo plates to corrugation, offset, flexo, labels, non-woven bag industries and more. The company will display various digital flexo plate samples for visitors at its stand.

TGS India is a supplier of all types of printing and packaging machinery. The company represents a number of overseas OEMs and boasts of a strong team of service engineers who install, commission and assist customers by bringing their machinery into full production.

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