Provin to display the prowess of Rotatek

Labelexpo India Stand K4

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L - R: N Pradeep, Vinay Kaushal and Uttara Kaushal of Provin Technos at Labelexpo India 2014. Photo PSA

Incorporated in 2012, Provin is a leading distributor of MHI – PPM, RMGTL range of sheetfed and heat-set web offset presses, Rotatek narrow web presses and diversifi ed graphic machinery in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. This year, at Labelexpo, Provin Technos plans to have a catalog stand which will be focused on the capabilities of Rotatek.

According to Vinay Kaushal, director, Provin Technos, “The Indian Label market is growing and we are also consolidating for our Principals Rotatek. Since the last Labelexpo, three of our high-end configuration machines have been installed in Indian Railways. We expect to consolidate our position in the market with the current Labelexpo.”

The Indian print industry is undergoing rapid transformation, making it imperative for industry players to stay abreast with the changes in order to remain competitive. The key for the print industry right now is to change with the market dynamics. Sharing his views on the printing industry in India, Kaushal says, “Manufacturers make a lot of effort in displaying their products in shows and events, which opens new opportunities and avenues to witness the latest developments and keep oneself updated.”

Going forward, Provin Technos plans to participate in Printpack, scheduled from 4 to 8 February 2017 in Greater Noida, where they will put on display the highly popular 36-inch press with a coater configuration. “We might also be showing a few value addition systems in the show,” shares Kaushal.

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