Reifenhauser India at Plastindia 2018

Hall 8 Stand C51

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Plastindia
Review Part 2

At the upcoming Plastindia, Reifenhauser India will have a strong presence with around
10 stands and many of its partners in attendance, such as Asano Lab, AVT, Buhler, Comexi, Kroenert, NGR, Nissei, Pelican and Schwing. Live demonstration will be taking place at AVT, NGR, Pelican and Nissei.

“We will be sending our biggest ever delegation to Plastindia this time. It is a great place to show the best of technology under one roof. We are looking forward to this mega event,” says Manish Mehta, managing director, Reifenhauser India.

AVT will demonstrate its Apollo Turbo 100% defect detection and quality assurance system during the show. Apollo Turbo cuts print wastage, improves productivity and makes the roll cleaning process efficient and fast. AVT will be in Hall 8, Stand B43.

NGR will be demonstrating its next generation of plastic recycling solution and will be in Hall 8, Stand B31. They will showcase live their S Gran 65-70 V HD.

Nissei, a specialist in injection molding, will be introducing its NSX series-22o T machine at the expo. The machine is especially designed for the Indian market. Nissei will be present in Hall 8, Stand C53.

Pelican will introduce and demonstrate its Rotogravure printing press for the flexible packaging industry with a speed of 450 MPM ELS at Hall 05, Stand A10.

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