TGS India displays Wen Chyuan laminating machine

Strong base in India with 60 machines already sold

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Wen Chyuan
The Wen Chyuan team from Taiwan at PrintPack 2017. Photo PSA

At the TGS stand, we met Murlidhar Nalli, managing director of the company, who was busy attending guests from Taiwan as well as a stream of visitors who flocked the stand inquiring about the Taiwanese made Wen Chyuan laminating machine on display.

The Wen Chyuan laminating machine features a laminating roller diameter of 820 mm and is suitable for PVC, thermal and BOPP lamination among others. The machine’s popularity can be gauged from the fact that TGS has already sold over 60 machines in the country.

FujifilmTGS, which is a three-decade-old company with its major unit in Hyderabad, which also houses the servicing support team. Talking about the maintenance of the Wen Chyuan laminating machines, Nalli said that servicing requirements are minimal as these machines rarely develop complications. Although the TGS stand is located in Hall 10, which is at the far end, Nalli said that he has received enthusiastic visitors and encouraging response at the exhibition.

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