Knack Packaging makes its first appearance at interpack

Gujarat-based manufacturer of woven bags

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Alpesh Patel, director, Knack Packaging and Shidhin Nair, manager – international business of Knack Packaging

Gujarat-based Knack Packaging has been manufacturing and exporting HDPE/PP woven sacks, fabrics and multicolor printed BOPP laminated PP woven sacks and bags for more than two decades. The company has its manufacturing plant in Mehsana district of Gujarat. Having been active in the export market for a long time now, with exports to 55 countries, the company finally decided to participate in interpack for the first time this year.

“We have generally been participating in focused exhibitions all over the world, mainly those related to food. However, we decided to come to interpack this year and the experience has been very good. We met some interesting visitors,” said Shidhin Nair, manager – international business, Knack Packaging.

At interpack, Knack Packaging is showing samples of a wide range of its solutions. Almost half of its customers are in the food business and the rest in segments like pet food, fertilizers, cement, detergents, etc. “Our bags range in size from 5 kg to 75 kg, and we are among Asia’s biggest in this segment as our plant can produce 700,000 bags per day,” Nair informed.

Some of the hardware employed at Knack Packaging’s plant are rotogravure printing press, extruders, circular weaving machine, lamination machines, cutting and stitching machines, gusseting machines and bale press machine.

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