Brotech installed at Printrays Jalandhar

The Brotech DL420 has a semi-rotary die-cutting unit and a conveyor

The Brotech DL420 is suitable for offline finishing of in-mold labels and other varieties of labels (Brotech twitter)

Printrays, a label, mono cartons, and corrugated board packaging manufacturer based in Jalandhar, has bought a Brotech finishing and converting machine DL420.

The machine was recently installed at their Jalandhar factory. Ankit Kapoor of Printrays said, “We are satisfied with the Brotech. The Weldon engineers have done a prompt and efficient installation. We look forward to a very fruitful ongoing association with both Weldon and Brotech.”

The Brotech DL420 features a semi-rotary die-cutting unit and a conveyor. It is suitable for offline finishing of in-mold labels and other varieties of labels. 

The machine is manufactured and supplied by Brotech Digital Graphics, which has its headquarters in Shenzhen, China, and a newly established state-of-the-art modern manufacturing facility in Zhenjiang(near Shanghai).

Brotech provides a full range of converting, finishing solutions and hybrid digital finishing solutions for the label and flexible packaging industry.

Ramon Lee, managing director of Brotech, said, “Printrays is a deeply committed converter of labels and packaging, we are proud to have them as a valuable customer.”

The sale and installation of this machine was handled by Brotech’s exclusive agents, the Delhi-based Weldon Celloplast.

Kanwardeep Sahni, managing director of Weldon, said, “Printrays has been steadily growing to add to their vast product range. They have been evaluating their options for converting equipment. We are happy that they selected the Brotech DL-420.”

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