Multigraph collaborates with Perfect Printgraph – to introduce stack flexo in product lines

Introducing stack flexo


Recently, Multigraph collaborated with Perfect Printgraph Machinery and promoted the newly launched stack flexo press at Plastivision India 2017. Speaking about the recent partnership with Perfect Printgraph, Hiten Mehta, President, Packaging Division, Multigraph Machinery, says, “We work on the forefront of innovation and technology to take products from an idea all the way to the customized solutions. At the event, Perfect Printgraph Engineers had showcased the live demo stack flexo running at the speed of 180 meters a min. A range of flexible products can be printed with the new press, and the robust construction, easy controls, and low maintenance provides a stress-free working environment.”

Apart from the new launch, Multigraph also showcased a range of other solutions through illustration like Gearless / Geared C.I. Flexographic Printing Machines, manufactured by C & C Flexo (Carraro & Carint) Milan –Italy, Quality Pouch making machines from Kunrun Machinery, Gravure press by Kohli Industries, Narrow Web Press manufactured by Multitec as well the Inspection and Slitting / Splicing Machine for Label Industry. “We will continue to expand our sales portfolio in the coming months and are optimistic that the technology on offer will cover all segments of the packaging industry not only in India but also across international markets. At Plastivision, there are very few stalls on the printing press, and this has helped us to attract many visitors and generate a good number of inquiries. The trade fair is planned well, and had an interaction with many guests from various region of India.”  he adds.

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