21 Jan 2019
Raju Suneja, director, Sona Signature Papers, said, “Our creative range of fine papers acts as a medium on which the printers can show off his excellence in terms of innovations, printing techniques and post-print applications. Also, a printer can find a wide range of creative papers for their various printing and packaging work.”
Since PrintPack 2017, Sona has added new ranges of creative fine papers in its product portfolio, namely Leatherlike from Gruppo Cordenons; ToGo pre-cut digital fine paper range; and Insper M range from Hansol Paper.
He said, “We can help a printer, print specifier and converter to get an insight about the various kinds of premium fine papers for their printing and packaging projects."
Apart from the creative fine papers, Sona will also highlight recycled papers, pre-cut digital fine papers and speciality boards, among others.
“With the rapid economic growth, the sectors like pharma, textile, premium printing, packaging and many more are also showing a positive sentiment and growth. This will result in increased demand for premium grade speciality papers and print in years to come,” added Suneja.
Hall 7 Stall D27
The countdown to the PrintPack India 2019 has begun. The six-day show with more than 480 exhibitors and over 24,500 sqm of booked floorspace is set to commence on 1 February 2019 at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida.
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