Hinderer + mühlich opens plant in India

Germany-based MNC to provide hot foil stamping dies locally

The stamping dies are made from German engraved brass, silicone or steel for transferring the hot stamping foil with brilliant brushed designs and the simulation of chrome and various metallized surfaces, patterns and textures

Seeing the need for global quality in the production of various print and consumer product packaging in India, the group decided to begin operations of its diemaking company Hinderer + mühlich in Delhi. In 2016 the H+m state-of-the-art Indian subsidiary commenced operations in the Mayapuri industrial estate in the Delhi NCR.

The intent in establishing the Indian subsidiary was to increase the company’s market focus in the subcontinent. With a local facility for specialized diemaking for foil stamping applications, the company can be immediately responsive to the needs of both existing and prospective customers. Ashish Bansal, H+m India’s country head, says that the company plans “to redefine the standards of diemaking for foil stamping in the country.”

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