Rado Packaging to display plate punching machine – Hall 10 Stand F28


At PrintPack India 2017, Noida-based Rado Packaging will display its plate punch, filtration and powder extraction machines. Rado Packaging represents Taiwan-based Tarng Yun, which manufactures a range of high-performance products that include powder extractor system, dampening filtration solution system, manual and fully automatic punch and bending machine for offset and sheetfed, registrar pin bar, plate mounter machine and more.

“Tarng Yun is well known for its products and is much sought-after in global markets,” says Puneet Soorma of Rado Packaging. “In India, we enjoy a growing installation base. Printers and converters are getting quality conscious and they are realizing the importance of our machines in the course to quality production.”

Some of the companies using equipment from Rado Packaging are PR Packaging, Kumar Printers, Amar Offset, Vikas Publications and India Offset. “Today, our product offerings, which conform to the different industrial and international specifications of quality, have helped us build a formidable reputation across the country as a quality-conscious importer and supplier of hi-tech machinery and equipment that find numerous applications in various prepress processes,” says Soorma.

Upholding PrintPack as an excellent platform for reaching out to interested customers, Soorma is looking forward to closing a few deals on the spot. “The event being held at Greater Noida, far away from the heart of the city, will be another plus point for exhibitors as only interested visitors would come to the show,” he shares.

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