TGS India to display automatic diecutter – Hall 10 Stand F35-37

Anil Kumar K, director and Muralidhar Nalli, managing director of TGS

At this year’s PrintPack show, TGS India will be stationed at a 144 square meter stand in Hall No. 10. The company has plans to take full advantage of new opportunities this year and will be displaying two machines —the SBL Automatic Die Cutter (SBL-1050 SE with Stripping), which runs at speeds of 8,000 sheets per hour, and the Wen Chyuan Automatic High-Speed Film Laminating Machine for water-based and thermal (KYEK-82DK), which operates at a speed of 60 m/min.

TGS India will also display catalogs of Golden Tec Machinery, manufacturers of high-speed roll-to-sheet and cut to register machinery, and that of Chen Chin Machinery, manufacturers of automatic sheetfed gravure printing and sheet embossing machines. Also on display will be catalogs of Win Shine Machinery, manufacturers of paper food container-forming machines as well as catalogs of Tai Min Machinery, manufacturers of binding equipment.

Representatives from SBL, Wen Chyuan, Win Shine, Chen Chin, Tai Min and Golden Tec from Taiwan will be available at the TGS India stand for all technical and commercial discussions. To attract more customers, TGS India plans to offer attractive deals to Indian printers during the PrintPack show.

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