Pragati Corporation anticipates good response – Hall 3 Stand B5

Anil Khurana and Karan Dhingra of Pragati Corporation

Delhi-based Pragati Corporation is a pioneer in lamination films and lamination adhesives for the last 28 years and has been a regular participant at the PrintPack show since 2005. Anil Khurana, director of Pragati Corporation informs, “We have introduced 15 micron gloss and 17 micron matte, which are hailed as the thinnest thermal films produced in the world. Apart from these on display, we will also exhibit an extensive range of holographic films, velvet films, metallized films, 3D films, breeze and dazzale films in decorative films segment.

Talking about the PrintPack show, Khurana said, “PrintPack is one of the biggest platforms to showcase new products and technology, and we are gearing up for a good response from the event.”

On the effect of demonetization, Khurana shared, “Although initially there was some impact on the business, the market has begun to stabilize now and is coming to the same business volumes. I feel the market is growing by 18% every year.”

Pragati Corporation supplies a varied range of products that includes thermal lamination films, bopp lamination film, holographic films, metalized films, digital lamination films, PVC lamination film, 3D lens films, velvet films, anti-scuff films, biodegradable fims, non-tearable sheets and lamination adhesive. The company imports these films from USA, UK, Korea and China and is a distributor for Max Speciality Films, Cosmo Films Limited and many more.

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