SUBA Solutions sells 21 machines at Printpack 2019

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SUBA Solutions
Automatic die cutting and creasing machine

Chennai-based SUBA Solutions Pvt Ltd., is one of the market leaders in the post-press machines . The company has displayed 6 machines like die-cutter, quality inspection machine , stripping machine, V Cut Window patching machine, Window patching with liner carton machine and UV system.

A regular participant in the Printpack show, the company has introduced the window patching machine with liner carton attachment. SUBA has sold 21 machines over all in the current edition of the Printpack India 2019. This shows the faith that Indian customers have in SUBA Solutions for its superior customer service.

Making customer loyalty a priority, the company has placed its service engineers in strategic locations across India, says Ramji, COO – Duplex division. The focus is to provide timely service in post sales area like providing spares, service and AMC to customers. The 100-people company has deployed 30 engineers throughout the country. One key area of focus for the SUBA Solutions is to train the engineers in applications, where the customer is assured of timely quality service. The company has associated with world renowned brands like Brausse, Focus sight, and Meiguang. It has more than 1,000 installations to its credit in India. The core competency of SUBA is in providing customized solution which will deliver profits to customer in the long run.

Talking about the new offering in the coming financial, director of marketing, Vaidyalingam mentioned that its new plant has started manufacturing Window patching machine with liner attachment for the Indian market. This will help customers to get customized solution and offer value for money. Director of technical division, Balaji said that it aims to manufacture machines with focus on quality parts. Our aim is to supply machines with high reliability and reduce machine down time to our customers.

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The print and packaging industries have been fortunate, although the commercial printing industry is still to recover. We have learned more about the digital transformation that affects commercial printing and packaging. Ultimately digital will help print grow in a country where we are still far behind in our paper and print consumption and where digital is a leapfrog technology that will only increase the demand for print in the foreseeable future.

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