Provin partners with DGM

India, Nepal, Bangladesh

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Provin Technos, distributor of RMGT sheetfed offset and Rotatek label printing presses in India has partnered with Diversified Graphic Machinery (DGM) for representation of the company in India, Bangladesh and Nepal. DGM has already installed around 40 systems for cold foil and cast and cure around the world. DGM’s product range includes –DGM Foildex, a cold foil application system; DGM Filmdex, a UV cast and cure application system; and DGM Iijima, Saroglia, Majestica, hot foil stamping,embossing and high-speed diecutting presses. DGM has a manufacturing unit in Italy and holds the patent for a unique technology in cold foiling with indexing.

Speaking about the partnership with DGM, Vinay Kaushal, managing director at Provin, says, “We are very optimistic about the development and it might be a game-changer in coming days. The response at Pamex 2015 was way beyond our expectation where we displayed product samples produced by in-line cold foil and cold foil with UV cast and cure from DGM.”

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