Robus India displays Advanced Folder Gluer and Collection table at Pamex’17

Robus plans to build clientele in western India

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Robus India showcases advanced folder gluer with collection table at PAMEX 2017

Robus India entered the Indian market two years ago. While the first year of the company was laced with struggles to find a foothold in the market, it managed to make its first sale after 8 months but the deal was a huge loss for the company. By the end of the second year, the sales of the company saw an upward swing and they began gaining momentum in the market. Now, after a fruitful expedition at IndiaCorr Expo 2017, a couple of months ago, the company is participating in Pamex 2017 for the first time.

On display at Pamex is Robus India’s Advanced Folder Gluer and collection table. The company is participating with a motive to spread its wings across the country. So far, Robus India’s clientele has been based mainly in the northern part of the country, but with their participation in Pamex 2017, they hope to find potential customers from the western region as well.

“India is a growing and demanding market. We keep receiving queries for high quality packaging equipment. We understand the needs of our clients and with the technical know-how and expertise of our team, we strive to provide the most suitable solutions to them,” says Abhinav Gupta of Robus India.

Robus India deals in packaging machinery and provides services to clients from the packaging industry. The company offers products and support services for the paperboard and corrugated converting industry. Located in Delhi/NCR, Haridwar (Uttarakhand) and China, the company dedicates its resources to understand the needs of each consumer while providing the best converting technology solutions.

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