Esko debuts at Innopack Pharma Confex

Focus on Indian pharma packaging


Esko participated for the first time at Innopack Pharma Confex by setting up a stand where it promoted its software solutions such as Webcenter, ArtiosCAD and Studio, among others.
“We are well established in the Indian food, beverage and FMCG segments and we have also made some important breakthroughs in the pharma segment as well in last two years. By marking our presence at platform such as Innopack Pharma Confex we want to further connect with the industry by showcasing solutions such as Webcenter, ArtiosCAD and Studio,” says Samir Ahuja, software sales manager, brand owners, Esko.

Webcenter is a web-based platform which manages packaging preproduction specification, approval and project life cycle for brands and converters alike. It understands all aspects of successful packaging—its shape and the importance of brand colors—and it offers control of all necessary content. Webcenter helps to enhance data sharing and communication between all partners in the packaging and printing supply chain.

ArtiosCAD is a popular structural design software for packaging design. With dedicated tools specifically designed for packaging professionals for structural design, product development, virtual prototyping and manufacturing. It is ideal for all corrugated, folding carton and POP, POS and FSDU display designers.

Esko’s Studio software helps to produce better artwork by turning ideas into beautiful 3D images. Studio is available as a software subscription, so that customers have all the functionality needed, based on workload.

“We remain very positive about the prospects about our growth in the pharma packaging space. Currently, about 4% of our customers are in the pharma segment but they are all big names. We hope to take this share higher in coming years,” Ahuja concludes.

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