QuadTech India relocates to a larger and more modern facility

New premises to facilitate technology demonstrations and local manufacturing

Hemant Desai, general manager & operations and sales for QuadTech India (second from left) with other guests

Hemant Desai, general manager – operations and sales for QuadTech India said, “This move and expansion is a large step forward in better serving our customers. By creating a space that is both welcoming and functional, we intend to be better equipped to demonstrate QuadTech print technology solutions. We are also very excited to add local assembly capabilities and a local 24/7 help desk team to continue growing and extending our service capabilities.”

Among the guests at the office inauguration was Pradeep Shah, managing director of web offset press manufacturer, Manugraph, who said, “I am sure that through the hard work and dedication of QuadTech management, their presence in India will continue to grow. On behalf of everyone at Manugraph, we wish them all success.”

Bharat Shah, chairman and managing director of flexible packaging press manufacturer, Pelican observed, “QuadTech has seen great success in India, and I encourage them to keep it up. The team at QuadTech is doing an excellent job, in terms of quality, service and support. Of all our vendors, QuadTech is the most preferred supplier since they are very easy to deal with. We consider them to be more than just a supplier, but a true partner in meeting our customers’ needs.”

Karl Fritchen, president of QuadTech, summed up saying, “It was truly an honor to share this inauguration with business associates, employees and their families! We are truly thankful to everyone and firmly believe our team is well-positioned to serve the needs of our customers, to help them grow their businesses and become more profitable.”

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