NBG Printographic exhibits new flexo press at Indiaplast 2019

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Bharti Aggarwal, director of NBG Printographic Machinery at Indiaplast 2019.

NBG Printographic Machinery is a manufacturer, supplier and exporter of web offset printing presses suitable for printing newspapers, tabloids and books operating. The machines are customized to meet the printing requirements of customers and the ever-evolving industry. The company caters to the printing and converting industry by manufacturing flexo, label printing, converting and finishing machines. Four years ago, NBG began a trading arm for packaging solutions such as rigid boxes, paper bags, die-cutting and punching machines. The manufacturing facilities are equipped with critical components of presses, such as side frames, cylinders, plate and blanket cylinder sleeves.

At Indiaplast 2019, NBG is marketing its latest flexo printing machine, Starflex, and a slitter-rewinder machine. Starflex for labels, packaging and other applications, can handle a wide range of substrates from 12 micron film to 400 gsm board. The slitter-rewinder machine is most suitable for converting jumbo rolls of paper and board into smaller rolls. The compact machine is used for manufacturing paper bags and disposable paper cups, and it caters to printing and corrugation box manufacturing industry as well.

Talking about its participation at Indiaplast, Bharti Aggarwal, director of NBG Printographic says, “Indiaplast is a good event for the packaging industry to come forward and exhibit latest technological advancements and we received decent footfall at our stand on the third day of the event. In fact, the event helped us to meet many prospective clients.” NBG is looking to attract customers from the packaging industry looking for reliable and customized packaging solutions at their stand in Hall 5.

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