Naph Graphics showcases Slitline 35

Great response received during PackPlus 2016

Naph Graphics
L – R: Mohit Bansal, assistant director marketing and Ashu Bharaj, director – technical sales of Naph Graphics along with the Slitline 35 slitter-rewinder at PackPlus 2016. Photo PSA

At PackPlus 2016, Noida-based Naph Graphics showcased its Slitline 35 slitter-rewinder featured with a maximum web width of 1,300 mm and maximum unwind diameter of 1,000 mm. Naph Graphics has sold three of its Slitline 35 during PackPlus 2016.

The Slitline 35 high speed slitter-rewinder is designed for slitting varied range of materials such as flexible packaging laminates, plastic films as well as aluminium and paper-based laminates with precision. Ashu Bharaj, director – technical sales of Naph Graphics said that they have received a great response at the exhibition and are expecting good business out of it in the months to come.

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