Alliance Printech to launch new flexo label press at Labelexpo India 2018

‘ALLIANCE A3’ to be introduced at Labelexpo India 2018 – Stand F21

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With over 20 flexo label press installations in India and the global market in the past 4 years, Alliance Printech is ready to launch its new flexo label press ‘ALLIANCE A3’ at Labelexpo India 2018 in Greater Noida (22-25 November 2018). Alliance is well known for its progressive design and value for money presses. The company has gained its reputation for developing many trend-setting machines for labels and thermal paper products through continuous research and development.

The ALLIANCE A3 flexo label press is euipped with new features like a chamber inking system, space saving cantilever unwind and rewind stands, UV with chill drum for flexible substrates printing, corona treater, web cleaner, cold foil stamping, delam and relam, and a lamination unit.

Jatinder Kumar Julka, chief executive officer, Alliance Printech Pvt. Ltd. said,”We are the second renowned Indian manufacturers for flexo label presses and looking forward expecting to take lead after this show. We are expecting label printers, flexible packaging majors and offset printers as repeat customers as well as more new customers from new territories after this show.”

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