Manugraph India to show Ecoline

Hall 6 Stand 6/B30

Manugraph India to show Ecoline
Manugraph India will showcase the recently launched Ecoline press at drupa 2016

Manugraph India has been exhibiting at drupa since 1986 and it will be present this year as well. It will showcase solutions from its web division. The recently launched Ecoline press will be promoted among the international customers along with the company’s other products. For Manugraph, drupa is the ideal platform to showcase not only its technological advancements, but also to see how other companies are faring and adapting to latest technologies.

“With the focus this year being on next-generation technology and themes such as print, packaging production, multichannel, 3D printing, functional printing and green printing, there is so much that drupa has to offer that we welcome the learnings and opportunities the event promises to bring,” said Sanjay Shah, vice chairman and managing director, Manugraph India.

“Exhibitors, be it young companies, start-ups or global leaders in the industry are given the perfect preview of what to expect in the future in terms of innovation and technology while at the same time having the opportunity to interact with prospective customers and fellow manufacturers. It has always been an engaging and educating event and we are looking forward to it this year,” he added. The company will look to target potential customers from its traditional markets such as Middle East and African region, South East Asia, Latin America, Russia and the CIS countries. Manugraph will be at Hall 6 Stand 6/B30 at drupa 2016.

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