Mettler-Toledo X37 Series

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The X37 Series range can easily be integrated onto existing customer lines, manufacturers can maintain high volume production targets and do not have to reduce line speeds

Narrow-web flexo version and Enterprise Resource PlanningParam appoints new sales partner for Eastern IndiaThe Indore-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) expert, ParamERP Solutions has notched up a total installation base of 100 in India. The highlight in 2014 has been the addition of a narrow-web flexo version and ERP for the corrugation industry. The company also recently added customer relationship management (CRM) to its ERP solution.Vinod Nawab, director of ParamERP Solutions. Photo PSAVinod Nawab, director at ParamERP Solutions, says, “We were strong in offset packaging and wanted to make our presence felt in the corrugation and flexography industry as well.” Nawab adds, “If one sees the kind of investment happening in the packaging and corrugation segment, it is a must for the print firms to have the right solution for their business.” This development does not stop Param from venturing into the new market and increasing its presence.

The software plans to appoint its sales partners in different parts of the country. As the first part of the plan, ParamERP Solutions have appointed Printers Supply Company as their sales partner for the Eastern and North Eastern states of India. “It is not possible to travel and establish presence in different parts of the country. With the appointment of Printers Supply Company, we will be able to reach West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Assam, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura and Jharkhand. The Kolkata-based company has a good name in the market,” says Nawab.

Printers Supply Company is a well-known firm and is one of the leading suppliers of print and allied products in the region and also represents Edale flexo presses in India. “We plan to appoint more sales partners. The aim is to boost our marketing plan to reach every corner of the country,” concludes Nawab.

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