Monotech to represent Labelmen

Marketing products in India

L-R: Team Labelmen and team Monotech Systems

India’s leading one-stop solutions provider for the printing and packaging industry, Monotech Systems has tied up with Taiwan-based Labelmen Machinery to market a wide range of products that include rotary-letterpress, intermittent offset press, letterpress and diecut equipment in India. The association took place at drupa 2016 in Dusseldorf.

Currently the company offers an extensive range of products for the labels and packaging market. The product range includes industrial inkjet systems for variable data printing, label converting, brand protection, track and trace solutions from its ‘Made in India’ brand Jetsci, and a wide range of conventional and hybrid flexo presses from its partner Focus Label Machinery.

TP Jain, managing director, Monotech Systems says, “Having a strong presence in the inkjet, labels and packaging segment, Labelmen is the right partner in the fastest growing segment. With constant development efforts to make better, faster products for the labels and packaging industry, Labelmen’s wide range of products will be a privilege for us to have in our product portfolio and offering to the Indian customers.”

Labelmen is specialized in manufacturing of rotary letter press, offset press, diecutting and letter press. The company designs with technology such as CNC One Touch make-ready design, ani-print inking system and remote monitoring and diagnosing which can meet customers’ printing requirements. Nowadays, Labelmen has become a trademark of professional label press worldwide.

Chin-Shiung, chairman, Labelmen Machinery says, “We are delighted to be associated with a promising brand like Monotech Systems who are representing us in India. Obviously, India is a huge market and with their extensive expertise and reach in the labels and packaging segment it will give us a way ahead to have a strong presence.”

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