Micro Inks looks to maintain its growth curve in India

“Printpack provides a good platform to the industryâ€

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Sunil Jadli of Micro Inks at Printpack 2015. Photo PSA

Printpack 2015 has been a success for Micro Inks says Sunil Jadli. Printpack is a wonderful place to engage with our customers and with such a good attendance which did pick up after the first two days, we feel that this is the right place to spend some quality time with the industry. Printpack provides a good platform to the industry, Sunil Jadli told Packaging South Asia

Jadli said that Micro Inks has been performing quite well in the Indian market and the industry has responded well to all of its new and innovative solutions. With a state-of-the-art infrastructure in place which can be flexible enough to accommodate additional production needs, Micro Inks is in a position to maintain its growth curve according to Jadli.

In recent years, Micro Inks has developed quality products in conjunction with Huber Group that minimize impact on environment and enhance safety, as well as provide quality printing for the flexible packaging industry catering to the food packaging segment. Products such as Microlam NTNK and Hiflon have been developed which are toluene free and ketone free and also provide quality printing. Low migration, low odour inks for flexible packaging have also been developed.

Having devoted lot of effort in providing environment-friendly as well non-toxic solutions when it comes to printing inks, Micro Inks is also putting in a lot of effort in educating other stakeholders in the flexible packaging industry about issues such as safety and environment. As demand for attractive, aesthetic and environment-friendly flexible packaging continues to grow in India, usage of high quality printing inks is also witnessing a robust growth. As a manufacturer of high quality printing inks, Micro Inks is playing a leading role in creating solutions that meet these a fore-mentioned demands of packaging printers, Jadli told us.

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