Vadodara-based Patwa & Sons adds Autoprint Checkmate 50 carton inspection system


Vadodara-based cartons printer Patwa & Sons has installed an Autoprint Checkmate 50 carton inspection system. The paper and paper board packaging solutions provider caters to sectors such as pharmaceutical and engineering industry. In addition to the Checkmate 50, the company has also opted for an auto blanking machine from Autoprint. Patwa & Sons has also enhanced capacity of its press section by adding a new RMGT 920 6-color plus coater offset press.

“The Autoprint Checkmate 50 has a very good inspection engine. It has enabled us to deliver 100% error-free, quality-checked printed cartons to our customers. It has enhanced our capability to service our clients faster, which is a big advantage,” says Kumal Patwa of Patwa & Sons.

Supporting the mission ‘Make in India’

Patwa & Sons was already familiar with Autoprint as the company was using an offline UV coating system from Autoprint. “To be frank, we never thought of any other machine available in the market; the Autoprint Checkmate 50 was a tried and tested machine with good feedback from the industry. The key features of this machine are fully atomized system and high speed throughout the inspection process. Another reason for investing in Autoprint was to support and promote an Indian made product,” Patwa adds.

Patwa shares that these new installations have met his company’s expectations and will help in a big way when the manufacturing unit is audited by third parties. “We expect our customer base to increase considerably and business to grow faster,” Patwa concludes.

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