SS Packaging Group showcases diverse solutions at CPHI & PMEC 2022

Focus on bottle and liquid packaging machines

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Surin Gandhi with liquid packaging machinery at CPHI & PMEC. Photo PSA

SS Packaging Group – a global manufacturer of a wide range of semi-automatic, fully automatic, and high-speed liquid packaging machinery– showcased bottle and liquid packaging machines at CPHI & PMEC show held from 28 to 30 November at India Expo Mart in Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR.

SS Packaging Industries, with a focus on the manufacturing of liquid packaging machinery, emerged as the SS Packaging Group, which today symbolizes international quality in India and across the world. SS machines are used in South-East Asia, Middle-east, Africa and Europe,” said Surin Gandhi from SS Packaging’s sales wing.

Elaborating on its participation at the CPHI & PMEC 2022, Gandhi said, “We have been attending the event for the past 10 times. The event is a branding exercise for our company. The number of solution providers has increased since the pandemic, offering a great opportunity to get acquainted with new business owners.”

Gandhi said SS Packaging’s vision is to be an advanced, reliable, and high-end technology service provider in the ever-growing liquid packaging industry. “We want to increase our knowledge and capabilities as a service provider, and become a global supplier of choice to provide quality services preferred by our customers. Our mission is to be a trusted technology and service provider of liquid packaging solutions in the years to come. We want to manufacture products of outstanding quality that give our customers a competitive advantage. As a technology-driven, customer-oriented company, we will continue to explore new technologies, enhancing our offer of machines and services,” he added.

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