Vig Graphics’ flute laminator at PrintPack 2022

Networking key aim of PrintPack India exhibitors – Hall 14, Stand 121, 122

Vig Graphics will display a flute laminator machine at their Stand in PrintPack exhibition Photo: Vig Graphics
Vig Graphics will display a flute laminator machine at their Stand in PrintPack exhibition Photo: Vig Graphics

Faridabad-based Vig Graphics, acclaimed to be the first company in India to have manufactured an Automatic Flute Laminator for Indian companies and exports. We have taken a step forward to follow the ‘Made In India’ and ‘Made For World’ and are proud to exhibit their indigenously produced servo-type Automatic Flute Laminator. It has served customers in prepress, postpress, printing and SPMs across India. It mainly specializes in the sale, automation and mechanical or electrical refurbishing of Bobst diecutters.

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Vig Graphics is a regular participant at the PrintPack India exhibition, and this time at the Greater Noida Expo Centre from 26 to 30 May 2022. It will be showcasing its Made in India Flute Laminator machine in Hall 14 at Stand 121 & 122. Commenting on the expectations from the event, Geeta Sarin, director of Vig Graphics, said, “For the 15th PrintPack 2022 we are proud to exhibit our indigenously made Fully Automatic Flute Laminators in 5ply and 3ply. This is one of the topmost platforms for exhibiting our products, where both national and international visitors flock in good numbers. We expect to reach out to all our prospective clients at this mega event and showcase the first made in India Flute Laminator customized in various sizes.”

“It is the best platform for brand building and brand recognition. We create a strong network with the visitors, which definitely helps us achieve our sales targets. The audience is driven from across the country and world as it is the most sought exhibition, being the biggest platform for printing and packaging industry.”

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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