Mumbai’s Sunshine Graphics books carton folder-gluer from Vijaya Grafiks

Multiple deals signed during the show

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Sunshine Graphics
Girish Mandhania of Sunshine Graphics with Prashanth Kumar of Vijaya Grafiks

On the fifth day of Printpack 2019, Mumbai-based Sunshine Graphics has signed a deal to buy Vijaya Grafiks’ Vijay 80 cm folder-gluer for crash lock bottom cartons.

The machine is expected to be installed at the customer’s plant around mid-March, says Prashanth Kumar of Vijaya Grafiks.

New Delhi-based Vijaya Grafiks has already signed multiple deals for its folder-gluers during Printpack. It has sold its folder-gluers to Rajkot-based Skyline Printers, Roorkee-based Blize Printers and Vadodara-based ABS Printers.

At Printpack 2019, Vijaya Grafiks is showcasing the advanced version of Vijaya Veenine with online Braille embossing and quality assurance system, folder-gluer for crash lock bottom cartons and window patching machine for linear cartons.

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