Bobst India sells five machines to customers in west and south India

Bobst India’s latest deals

Puneet Agarwal of Bobst India visiting Pamex 2017 in Mumbai. Photo PSA

In the latest deals, Bobst India has sold five machines to customers based in west and south India, Puneet Agarwal of Bobst India, who attended Pamex as a visitor, told Packaging South Asia.

The company has sold four folder gluers and one die-cutter. Providing details about the deals, Agarwal said that three Visionfold 110 A2 folder gluers have been sold to run duplex and three-ply cartons. Bobst India has also sold one Expertfold 110 A2 and one Novacut 106 die-cutter.

“These customers were at Pamex to look for options but after careful evaluations, decided to go for Bobst technologies instead,” Agarwal said.

Agarwal also informed that Bobst India will be showcasing its latest technology to run crash lock bottom cartons without hooks, called Speedwave II, at the open house scheduled at Pune plant in February 2018.

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