The Heidelberg Stahl paper folding machine can handle all folding jobs in 35x50cm size, with minimum folding lengths of 20mm, and can do it at a maximum speed of 160m/min. It has been developed for small format folding keeping in mind the needs for inserts used in the pharmaceutical industry.
The Polar 115 PF, an automatic paper cutting machine, is the highest selling guillotine machine in this segment. It has easy and fast knife change. Its direct positioning system ensures highest cutting accuracy.
Anuj Kumar Jain, director, Adway, said, “We believe that new equipment are essential to meet print production demand in the present scenario. Print buyers want delivery of their jobs fast and new equipment in finishing plays major role to meet the demand. Heidelberg is a trusted brand in printing. The same goes for its finishing segment.”
Jain said that while the cutting machine is a basic requirement, the folding machine will help the company service its customers from the pharma and cosmetics segments. “Usually, post-press is a negligible segments in a print production facility. In this, our investment shows our concerns for the segment,” he added.
Established in April 2017, Adway Print Concept came into existence after a split in the family owned printing business and is run by the brothers, Anuj and Pradeep.
“While we are in printing business for the last two decades, with Adway, we are starting our facility with new equipment. Right now, we are in a 16,000-sq/ft rented space, but soon we will be going for greenfield expansion in nearby Noida or Sahibabad. We are looking at around 2,000 sq/mt space,” Pradeep Kumar Jain, director, Adway, said.
Adway serves to more than 75 clients from automobile, FMCG, pharma and fragrance industries. Since its establishment, the company is servicing clients from neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and others. “We have strong clientele from the pharma industry,” said Anuj Jain.
Adway produces E-flute cartons, mono cartons, wet-glue labels and inserts which are 20%, 70% and 10% respectively of the entire production. All three segments consume 100 tonnes of packaging board, 30 tonnes of Kraft paper and 10 tonnes of printing paper per month.
The Jain brothers have invested around Rs 8 crore in equipment so far. There are plans to invest more. “We are planning to add equipment for liner carton and self-adhesive label to fulfil our future plans and give all the products from under one roof,” said Anuj Jain.
The Jain brothers believe that there is absolute growth for the printing companies who produce quality jobs with honesty.