Integriti Consulting to exhibit European paper packaging machines

Hall No. 14, Stand K56

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Intergriti Consulting
Pakea paper tube and core production machines

Intergriti Consulting, a service-based agency, sells European machines in India. At Printpack 2019 it will showcase Pakea France machinery for paper canisters, paper paper straws, paper cores tubes, and fiber drums. Integriti will also show Sate Italy machines such as the smart rigid box line, case maker and paper corner cutter. The company plans to launch a European based BOPP/METPET/PVC lamination machine on 1 March 2019.

Participating for the third time at Printpack, Integriti will display the breakthrough paper straw line with a capacity of 350 straws per minute from Pakea France. The manufacturer has already approved machines for Indian foods like ghee, gulab jamun, rasogulla and even for tobacco-related products like gutkha and pan masala.

Integriti provides local service for European machines. The company believes that their presence in Printpack is very critical to associate with the market in the industry. It expects to sell at least a couple of machines at the show.

In addition, the company will target luxury packaging customers looking to upgrade their c from liner cartons and metallic tins to hermetically sealed paper canisters.

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