Noida-based Veekay Industries, a manufacturer, exporter, and supplier of the best range of water-based adhesives and hot melt adhesives for various industrial applications, is ready to exhibit at PrintPackagain after a long gap. This time, the company will showcase water-based adhesives and coatings, hot melt adhesives, and Led and UV coatings at their stand C12 in Hall 5. The company promotes single-use plastic showing its concern for healthy environment.
Speaking about the company and its recent efforts, Rakesh Kumar Singla, founder of Veekay Industries, said, “We are committed to providing the best quality products to our customers. Our professionals use advanced technology machines and equipment while manufacturing quality products in bulk. They knew how to fulfill the entire requirements of clients in all possible ways.”
“At PrintPack, our main aim is to meet the people from the industry after a long time and do maximum branding for our products. This time, we have lots of expectations from the exhibition and can say more about it only after the exhibition. Last time, we received a good response from visitors at this event, so we are exhibiting again. The kind of audiences that we are looking for in this event are printers and coaters,” 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 May issues of Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia will also contain previews of the event.
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