Arvind shows sleeves for direct engraving of seamless CI flexo plates

Arvind Rub Web Controls launches rubber roller grinding machine

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Nirav Patel, director, Arvind Rub Web Controls at Plastindia 2018

Ahmedabad-based Arvind Rub Web Controls is a leading manufacturer and exporter of web control solutions primarily for the print and packaging industry in addition to the textile and paper industries. It manufactures industrial rubber rollers, quick change sleeves, rotogravure printing rollers, flexographic printing rollers, wrinkle removers, core holding devices, ink circulating pumps and safety chuck and corona treatment tube.

The packaging industry is Arvind’s biggest revenue generator inlcuding customers from major Indian and global OEMs. In addition to displaying its established web control solutions at Plastindia, Arvind officially launched it new rubber roller grinding machine. “This new offering has already been installed  at several locations. A few of these machines were installed about two months before the official launch here at Plastindia,” says Nirav Patel, director, Arvind Rub Web Controls.

Arvind Rub Web Controls has also launched fully ‘Made in India’ joint-less engraved rubber sleeves for CI flexo, which have been extensively tried at a few customer locations. “We arePlastindia going to aggressively promote this product in the Indian market. Currently, most of the joint-less engraved rubber sleeves for CI flexo are imported so these made in India joint-less engraved rubber sleeves will be of great benefit to Indian customers,” Patel shares. Ahmedabad is to soon have a direct laser engraver for producing sleeve plates for the flexo market.

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Correspondent-Mumbai Shardul has been working and editorially contributing to both Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia since 2011, covering the western regions of India. He has extensively covered variety of verticals in both printing and packaging industries. On personal front, he has keen interest in sports and music.

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