Jindali partners Weldon to enter Indian shrink sleeve label market

Cost-effective converting equipment for shrink sleeve manufacturing

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G250 Shrink Label Seaming Machine

Jindali Packing Machinery factory, China, has chosen New Delhi headquartered Weldon Celloplast Ltd. as their partner to promote sale of their range of post-printing flexible packaging and finishing equipment. Products offered by them include shrink label/sleeve seaming machines with plateless system, shrink sleeve inspection machines and shrink sleeve cutting machines.

Established in 2003, Jindali is a private-owned enterprise. The company’s headquarter is located in Chao’an county of China. Weldon Celloplast, New Delhi, represents globally renowned manufacturers of printing equipment, tooling, inspection and waste management systems besides offering tamper-evident security label materials.

Jason and William, owners of Jindali, said, “Weldon is a very visible and important company in the label industry. We are excited about this alliance. We look forward to serve the Indian label converters with their support.”

“Shrink sleeve labels is a fast-growing segment. We are committed to support the printing and packaging companies in achieving excellence,” said KD Sahni, managing director of Weldon Celloplast. He further added, “Post our association with Jindali, we will be able to offer cost-effective converting equipment to shrink sleeve manufacturing companies.”

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