VINSAK to exhibit label industry machinery at Printpack 2019

Hall 3, Stand B-23

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Vinsak slitter rewinder

Vinsak India Private Ltd., a total printing and packaging solutions provider, will participate in the upcoming Printpack India 2019 that is to be held at Greater Noida Expo Centre from 1 to 6 February. The company will be in Hall 3, Stand B-23.

According to Vinsak, with commercial printers facing various challenges from the digital segment, it is their bespoke packaging and label printing solutions that will help its customers to stay profitable. The company says it is getting repeat orders and is earning a brand loyalty from its customers.

During Printpack, Vinsak will showcase the Lombardi Flat Screen ‘Bravo’ unit for the first time. In addition, the company will display the digital foiling function for its inkjet systems and an improved version of the VINSAK TTR slitter rewinder. Vinsak also has plans to officially launch a 2019 version of the Vinsak Security software with the VHI tool.

The company hopes to meet its existing customers from the commercial and packaging segments who want to either venture into labels or add security and embellishments to their print. Value addition is a key to maintain a healthy bottom line and as per the company, even brand owners will find the visit useful.

Vinsak expects that its participation in the show will result in execution of some business deals from potential buyers of its products. For this, the company has a number of leads lined up for label solutions and its endeavor will be to sign off the same during the show.

The company commended ALPS for its endeavor in the label industry and for dedicating a label hall in the Printpack India 2019 show. Vinsak says the move will help it to draw more focused footfall during the show.

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