Pan Graphics Machinery to offer reconditioned products in Printpack

Printpack India 2019: Hall 9, Stand 17


Mumbai-based Indo Europa Trading Company and its sister concern Pan Graphics Machinery will take part in the impending mega trade event Printpack India 2019 from 1 to 6 February at India Expo Centre in Greater Noida. This time the participants have more points to cheer about as the Aqua metro line of the Noida Metro Rail Corporation starts its maiden voyage from 25 January connecting the heart of Noida with the venue of the upcoming event – Greater Noida.

It is not just the OEM manufacturers but participants like Pan Graphics Machinery that has made the Printpack event unique in its nature. The company has been dealing in reconditioned printing equipment or new printing machinery requirements since 2012. Apart from certified reconditioned machines, it also offers technical support to its customers to meet the challenges in the printing and packaging industry.

At the Printpack show, Pan Graphics Machinery will be present at hall 9, stand 17. It will showcase its approved reconditioned offset and web machines to the visitors. When asked about its thoughts on the industry, the company revealed that the printing and packaging industry is still growing at around 8 to 10% . The company believes that packaging and publication printers are driving the growth in commercial segment. It also said that digital print is growing along with replacement of old machine with new or younger machines with more automation.

Pan Graphics says since its earlier shows, Printpack has grown bigger and seen more participation from the industry players. So, it expects a very good and meaningful footfall and a lot of inquiries from the prospective visitors in the upcoming event.

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