Second significant investment after Heidelberg CD 102-7+LX UV press

Nutech Packagings buys India’s first Scodix E106

Jatinder Shroff of Nutech Packagings. Photo IPP

Jatinder Shroff of Nutech Packagings says, “We will use this digital finishing press for the production of high-end and luxurious packaging jobs in the range of 15,000 to 20,000 print runs.” The B1-format Scodix E106 has production speeds of up to 4,000 sheets per hour and can overcome the challenge of using expensive foils for cold foiling.

Nutech will use the Scodix E106 in conjunction with its latest Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 102-7+LX carbon neutral combi press installed at the environmentally friendly plant in Greater Noida. The new Heidelberg is expected to be fully operational by August 2016. Nutech’s impressive green building in Greater Noida will be certified by the UK-based Leeds and has a lot of initiatives in terms of lighting, power management, design and structure. “The Leeds certification will come this year,” Shroff says.

Nutech produces printed cartons, corrugated boxes and other packaging materials for various leading multinational and Indian companies. The current offset printing facility is complemented by an HC Moog sheetfed gravure press. Its Esko software and workflow drives proofers, a thermal CtP and a Kongsberg samplemaking table. Its comprehensive postpress operations include a great deal of specialized equipment and the company’s commitment to quality is visible in its several quality labs for inputs, in-process materials and testing equipment for converted end-products.

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