Insight to display 4-color offset press – Hall 10 Stand F-26

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Ajay Aggarwal, MD and CEO of Insight Communication & Print Solutions at PrintPack India 2015. Photo PSA

At PrintPack India 2017, Insight Communications, the Indian representative of Komori, will display a 4-color, 20 x 30-inch Komori offset press. The company will also talk about packaging solutions using UV and other value-add features. The company plans to use PrintPack to promote its entry-level machines.

Founded in 1992 in Mumbai, Insight Communications is India’s largest dealer for graphic arts equipment sales, and has played a key role in establishing some of the biggest global printing brands in India. Insight tied up with Komori in 2006 to promote Komori presses in North India and now it sells the highest number of brand new offset presses in the Indian market selling over 150 presses over the past nine years. Backed by strong support and service including over 30 engineers, Komori installations are on the rise

Speaking about demonetization, Sangam Khanna of Insight Communications says, “After the demonetization drive, it is very difficult to say what’s  in store for us at the show. We have been regularly participating at this show and we have always had a good experience. This is the sole reason for our  participation this time as well.”

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