Amit Pal Singh of Guru Nanak said, “The machine helps in making corrugated boxes, which is a substitute for wooden packing. It is a simple machine and in a few days, the operator learns how to run it.”
The machine is available in two versions; Vertical type single-face paper corrugating machine and Oblique type single-face paper corrugating machine.
Apart from the paper corrugation machine, Guru Nanak will also highlight its platen die-punching machine, programmable automatic paper cutting machine, book wire stitching machine, and sticker cutting machine, among others.
“The programmable automatic paper cutting machine is a piece of standard equipment provided with operational safety devices. We will display it with new features,” added Singh.
Guru Nanak has installed more than 50 paper corrugation machines in India. It boasts of having installed more than 1,200 different types of machines during the last decade.
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