Naph Graphics shows Slitline 35 slitter-rewinder at Indiaplast

Naph Graphics' solutions for flexible packaging

Naph Graphics is participating in Indiaplast 2019 in Greater Noida to exhibit its slitter-rewinder, Slitline 35
Naph Graphics team at Indiaplast 2019.

Naph Graphics is participating in Indiaplast 2019 in Greater Noida to exhibit its slitter-rewinder, Slitline 35. Naph has been a leading manufacturer of web offset presses since 1996.

The company introduced the Slitline 35 slitter-rewinders at PackPlus Delhi 2016, as it wanted to diversify into new areas such as packaging converting.

“This is the first edition of the show and we are very impressed with the response that we have received. The first few days have been very good,” said Mohit Bansal of Naph Graphics.

The Slitline 35 has a maximum web width of 1,300 mm and maximum unwind diameter of 1,000

mm. The machine can handle plain films, coated films, metallized films, film, foil or paper laminates, paper and board. The machine has a maximum speed of 350 meters per minute.

“We have sold seven machines till date and hope to install more this year as we are in serious discussion with a few other customers,” he said.

Naph is present in Hall 15, Stand B6.

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