Control Print promotes Thermal Inkjet Printer

Utilizing fast drying solvent inks on non-porous materials

L-R: Rajiv Satija, national sales and service manager at the Control Print stand at InnoPack with team members. Photo PSA

Control Print is a leading equipment manufacturer with more than two decades of experience in coding and marking applications. The company provides services to different verticals including food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, industrial merchandise and packaging, with the help of manufacturing plants based in Nalagarh, Guwahati and Vasai. Presently, Control Print has around 7,000 installations across pan India.

At InnoPack, Control Print promoted the recently launched Thermal Inkjet Printer for basic and advanced coding applications such as date, price, batch, linear and data matrix barcodes, and logos across packaged goods. The printer can be easily integrated across a wide gamut of production lines and is suitable for printing on porous as well as non-porous materials. It can output high quality prints of 300 dpi print resolution and utilizes fast drying solvent inks to print on non-porous materials.

Rajiv Satija, national sales and service manager of Control Print says, “Participating at InnoPack fo rthe first time were a large number of delegates from leading pharma companies. The Thermal Inkjet Printer displayed at the stand is an easy to install, maintenance-free and economical solution for code printing. The digital press primarily meets the demands of the pharma industry. There were quite a few inquiries, which hopefully will result in good business opportunities,” concludes Satija.

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