Parksons Packaging orders another Autoprint inspection system

Made-in-India Autoprint in high demand

L–R: Dilip Raka of Autoprint, Ramesh Kejriwal of Parksons Packaging, and CN Ashok and Prabhu of Autoprint

Parksons Packaging, which placed its first order for the Autoprint Checkmate print inspection system in August 2016 for its Daman plant, has approached the latter again for a second installation in its Assam plant. Ramesh Kejriwal, chairman of Parksons Packaging says, “Our buying experience with Autoprint has been very competitive and congenial. The installation and training imparted has been exemplary and the after-sales support very prompt and flawless.”

In the last 18 months, Autoprint has installed 12 Checkmate 50 print inspection machines in India. Autoprint’s customer base includes the most prominent and reputed players in the monocarton manufacturing segment of India.

“The post installations experience with the Autoprint carton inspection machine has been really good. We are happy with the performance and the service support given by team Autoprint. The Indian software can be customized for specific jobs and makes communication more effective. The machine fulfills the purpose for which it has been installed,” says Vinod Kela, assistant vice president of Parksons Packaging, Daman.

Autoprint today has a very healthy order booking for the forthcoming financial year and is in the advanced stages of closing export orders for Checkmate to countries like Germany, Thailand and Indonesia. In line with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s passion for ‘Make in India’ campaign, Autoprint proudly lives up to it, this time with support from Lucid Technologies, Bengaluru for the imaging systems.

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