UV Graphics shows its presence at PrintPack Show

It will showcase various label presses at Stand D24, 26, 27, 34 & 35 in Hall 7

UV Graphics’ Ultraflex UFO-370 8 Color Full Servo LED UV Combo Film and Label Press using 19 Servo Drives Photo: UV Graphics
UV Graphics’ Ultraflex UFO-370 8 Color Full Servo LED UV Combo Film and Label Press using 19 Servo Drives Photo: UV Graphics

Noida-based UV Graphics, known for providing services in postpress solutions to the printing and graphic arts industry, will participate again in PrintPack India. The company provides practical and most up-to-date solutions for coating, curing, label punching, hot stamping, and flexographic or gravure printing/coating applications.

At the PrintPack Show, UV Graphics will show the latest and newly developed Ultraflex UFO-450 10 color full servo LED UV combo film and label press using 42 servo drives. It will also keep its other label presses, diecutting machines, Hybrid UV curing systems, anilox rollers, corona treaters, and many more on display to attract its customers at Stand D24, 26, 27, 34 & 35 in Hall 7. 

PrintPack Show Daily

However, PrintPack India is taking place after a gap of around three years, the market has now opened up to meet the industry, and so the exhibitors are expecting a large footfall. This time, printers and converters from all across India as well as abroad will be attending this show. Due to the pandemic, only serious buyers and investors are likely to participate in this show. We expect serious visitors and investors during this exhibition.

Abhay Datta from UV Graphic Technologies, putting his views on the sales prospect, said, “PrintPack is the largest exhibition in India for printing and packaging, and we expect a large footfall in this show. This event is about decision makers, printers and converters and allows us to showcase our products to domestic and global visitors. We will showcase our products and hope to generate new business and develop strong relationships with our print partners.”

“If you ask me about the future scope of the label industry, I would just say that there is huge growth in this industry. Customers are looking for the best quality labels for different purposes. There is also a huge demand for print and print-related machinery, and we foresee a double-digit growth in the upcoming years,” he concluded.

Note: The IPPGroup will be publishing the PrintPack India Show Daily on all five days of the event from 26 to 30 May 2022. Our forthcoming June issues of Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia will also contain previews and glimpses and some reviews of the event.

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