Vijaya Grafiks’ carton folder gluer machine at PrintPack

Veenine folder gluer and tray erecting machine sold to Sun Print & Pack

Prasanth Kumar B R, director of Vijaya Grafiks standing with Veenine folder gluer machine at his Stand E22 in Hall 9A Photo: PSA
Prasanth Kumar B R, director of Vijaya Grafiks standing with Veenine folder gluer machine at his Stand E22 in Hall 9A. Photo: PSA

New Delhi-based Vijaya Grafiks, a manufacturer of carton folder gluers, displayed a folder gluer with advanced features at PrintPack 2022. Vijaya Grafiks also launched a clamshell machine or automatic carton erecting machine, an indigenously developed equipment used for producing fast food and takeaway boxes such as hamburger boxes, 4-corner trays, sweet boxes, and meal boxes. The company sold its Veenine folder gluer and tray erecting machine to Sun Print & Pack at the show.

In its live demonstrations, the company showed a window patcher with liner carton attachment. Vijaya Grafiks has two units, one in Mayapuri, New Delhi, and the second in Greater Noida for its machines aimed at food and pharma packaging. Focused on the production of sustainable and environment-friendly biodegradable boxes, that are cost-effective, the company claims it has around 700 installations for its folder gluing machine in the country.

Prasanth Kumar BR, director of Vijaya Grafiks, speaking about its folder gluer, said, “At Vijaya Grafiks, we believe in updating our technologies, and in every Printpack Show, we introduce new technologies in folder gluers. This time, we made many changes to the machines in their existing designs, so the folder gluer machine is running at a speed of 350 meters a minute. The complete machine contains precision components, for quality  of production.”

In conclusion, he noted, “The demand for folder gluer machines is increasing day by day, and we see a lot of scope for sales. The Indian government is also promoting exports, and we Indians in the packaging industry should also promote make in India products.”

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