Ample Graphics scores a century of installations

By 01 Dec 2017

New Delhi-based Ample Graphics, which represents eight Chinese post-press equipment manufacturers, recently inked the deal of its 100th machine in India. The machine has been booked by Vadodara-based Jash Packaging, a well-established name in corrugation industry. Jash signed the deal for a corrugation machine.

Sachin Kala, managing partner, Ample Graphics, said, “We are thankful to all our customers who helped us achieve these three magic figures in a short span of 28 months.”

The company’s first installation was a lamination machine sold to Delhi-based Nutech Packagings.

Established in August 2015, Ample Graphics is a partnership venture between Sachin Kala and Rajeev Jagga.

Ample represents eight Chinese equipment manufacturing companies, including Shanghai Tiancen Machinery Manufacturing, which manufactures hot knife lamination machine and UV coating machine; Ruian Huawei Printing Machinery, which manufactures thermal lamination machine and chain knife lamination machine; Dongguan Longxingsheng Machinery which manufactures entire range of rigid box making machines; RuianHaoxing Machinery, which manufactures window-patching and envelope-making machines; HRB Pack Group, which manufactures corrugation machines; Huayin Printing Machinery, which manufactures die-cutting machines; Wenzhou Zihong Machine, which manufactures folding-gluing machines; and Sunlin Trade, which manufactures stripping machines.

Rajeev Jagga, managing partner, Ample, said, “We targeted 100 machines within three years of our establishment, and we are happy to have achieved this before time. We have few more months to go.”

Jagga added that Chinese equipment are most suitable for Indian printers because they come at affordable prices and with improved quality. “The days are gone when Chinese equipment were not able to produce quality products,” he said.

Jagga has three decades of experience in the printing industry as a distributor for TechNova, while Sachin Kala is a printing technologist, who started his career in production at a packing unit in Jaipur before entering into marketing. He worked in TechNova Imaging Systems, Autoprint and APL Vegra before starting Ample.

Noida-based Nutech Packagings, Any Graphics, Brijwasi Art Press; Kala Amb-based Tirupati Polymers; Ahmedabad-based Dev Print Pack; Chandigarh-based Bhambari Printers; Ghaziabad-based Prem Industries; Mumbai-based Forum Print; Vasai-based Perfect Print & Pack and Silvasa-based Award Offset Printers, Vadodara-based Saiswaram are few of the key customers of Ample.

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The Ample Graphics team with Davinder Bindal of Tirupati (centre)

Kala said offering service support has been the key mantra for the company. For this Ample has invested in a team of service engineers which are spread across North India (Delhi, Jaipur and Ahmedabad) to provide prompt service during the times of need. “The focus on service has been much appreciated by customers and the partners. Today, Ample Graphics provides service support to the customers having machines from these Chinese companies sold through their previous sales associations also,” he added.

Jatinder Shroff of Nutech Packaging, the first customer of Ample Graphics, said, “It was a big risk in capital equipment to support a start-up. I am happy with their support and services, and happy to see them doing well.”


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