Italy’s Cartes appoints Weldon Celloplast as agent for Indian subcontinent

Cartes sells its machines in over 90 countries

Cartes manufactures solutions for the roll label market

Italy’s Cartes, which offers solutions for the roll label market, has appointed New Delhi based Weldon Celloplast as its exclusive agent for the Indian subcontinent. The company sells its machines to 90 countries and has more than 4,000 installations globally. It manufactures label machines with hot stamping, silk-screen printing, flexo printing/varnishing, flat bed die-cutting, semi-rotary die-cutting, embossing units and with exclusive laser technology for die-cutting and converting.

Weldon Celloplast represent globally renowned manufacturers of printing equipment, tooling, inspection and waste management systems besides offering tamper evident security label materials.

“Cartes offers extremely advanced converting equipment and specially their patented laser die cutting systems fit well into the technically evolving field of label converting where no tooling or dies are required. We are happy to join hands with them to bring their products to label converters in the region,” Kanwardeep Sahni, managing director of Weldon says.

Luca Goldoni, international sales manager of Cartes says, “Weldon is a very visible and established name in the label industry, we are looking forward to a fruitful business cooperation.”

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