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Bal Krishan Khindria of Memory is no more

21 November 2016

Bal Krishan Khindria, managing director, Memory Repro Systems is no more. Rahul Kumar compiles a few quotable quotes from the man who helmed operations at the 45 year old Indian manufacturer.

img97781654-699x380 Industry stalwart, Bal Krishan Khindria passed away on 21 November

Memory Repro: In last few years, we have installed a CNC press brake, four VMCs, one turret punch and a turning centre. All these investment have helped us improve production, finishing and quality of our machines. We have also bought high-end software for electrical wiring and introduced manuals for the machines we sell. This was in addition to the painstaking deliberation for eight years that we undertook during the designing and development phase of our machines.

Collaboration: Collaboration is the need of the hour. We need to collaborate for products which can be bought back by the collaborators. Another important stimulus to the current slag in the economy is automation. Automation is no more a luxury, it’s a necessity. It will help the industry in the long run. And finally, adopt the practice of outsourcing jobs to maintain quality and supply.

Memory at Wan-Ifra 2015: We will display our blanket wash system for web machines and its colour registration system device. There will be video demos for the company’s manual plate punch and plate bender; pneumatic punch and bender; sensor-based punch bender; and video punch bender. Also on the display will be the barred blankets for webs from Slovenia-based Sava.

USP at Memory: We offer money-back guarantee. We are blessed with loyal customers like Manugraph and TPH. We are readying a machine to be sent to Malayala Manorama. I am very gung ho about a motor that will work without electricity

The future: Packaging and specialised finishing is the future. We have recently launched new products and are trying to catch up with the changing dynamics of the market. We realise the importance of aggressive marketing and, thus, would invest our time and energy in marketing our new products.

Sinceremost condolences to his family, the Memory family and IPAMA family. May his soul rest in peace.

Memory at Labelexpo 2016

The flexo plate cleaning machine was at Labelexpo. Clean flexo plates “hands free.” Designed for cleaning both letterpress and flexo plates, the new offering at the show washes all types of ink, and the company claims, the kit is a unique combination of brushes, oscillating and fixed, which ensures 100% cleaning as well as reduces plate damage. Update Prints in Gurgaon, NAP Press in Kolkata and Skanem Labels in Baddi are key installations.

New at Labelexpo India was the flexo plate cleaning machine with rotary brush, and flexographic pressroom trolleys to handle and store printing cylinder and anilox rollers.

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