Indore based UvBiz, the packaging division of MB Industries – a contract manufacturer of food products, has invested in Brotech DL 430 finishing machine, complete with a semi-rotary die-cutting unit and a conveyor. The equipment is suitable for offline finishing of IML and other varieties of labels. The equipment will be able to support their endeavors for catering to multiple customers for their short runs.
A very forward-thinking enterprise MB Industries has integrated backward into flexible packaging manufacture by setting up UvBiz as a division and invested in the coating, laminating, printing, and converting capabilities to be able to support the short and long-term packaging needs of a wide range of customers. They have invested and set up their own prepress and plate making department.
Rohit Badlani, director of UvBiz, says, “We understand that in the evolving marketing scenario across a large country like India, wherewith geographical changes the language, lifestyles, and festivals change, marketing professionals, try to cater to the region-specific and opportune time packaging, short runs in packaging has become a necessity. Brotech is a piece of equipment we shortlisted to enhance our short-run delivery process. It will also add to our capability to cater to new smaller customers cost-effectively and handle a large number of job changes each day.
The sale has been handled by Weldon Celloplast, New Delhi, established in 1982, who are providers of total label manufacturing solutions with exclusive representation of leading international equipment brands as principals. Commenting on this sale, Kanwardeep Sahni (KD), managing director of Weldon, says, “UvBiz selected the equipment after a thorough evaluation. We are delighted to associate with them. Rohit Badlani has such a dynamic approach to delivering the best by investing in the right equipment at the right time”.
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