Zünd will talk about its digital cutter at PrintPack 2022

It will show its availability in Hall 15, Stand J35 A

Zünd will be displaying its S3 digital cutting machine at PrintPack India 2022 Photo: Zünd
Zünd will be displaying its S3 digital cutting machine at PrintPack India 2022 Photo: Zünd

Zünd, a global, family-owned Swiss company specializing in digital cutting systems, is set to meet its customers and other exhibitors at PrintPack India 2022. Zünd has been developing, producing, and marketing modular cutting systems since 1984. 

The company has been participating in PrintPack since 2014, and this time they will be available at Hall 15, Stand J35 A. The company will show its high-performance digital cutting machine with a model S3 M 800 and the workflow solutions at the show. 

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Zünd expectations for PrintPack India 2022 

The company believes that the Zünd name stands for Swiss quality and is synonymous with precision, performance, and reliability. Prasanna Venkatesh, managing director, said, “PrintPack India is very important for the printing and packaging industry. Through this, we are planning to reach out to the people who are interested in our complete cutting and workflow solutions or looking into the latest in digital cutting machines. The packaging industry’s future is very bright, and many more innovations will occur.”

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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