Installation updates: Rado, Welbound, Roland, Muller Martini, Hi-Tech, Guru Nanak and Zund
15 Feb 2015
Day four: Orders and installations...
The Rado team
Rado closes six deals
Greater Noida-based Rado Packaging Machines, a 100% subsidiary of Taiwan-based Tarng Yun, closed six deals during the exhibition.
Tarng Yun manufacturers flexo plate mounter, PS plate punching and bending machine, automatic standalone system, fully automatic online system, spray powder extraction system, ink roller temperature control system, dampening solution filtration system, plate making pin bar and several other products for the printing and packaging industry.
Print Plus picks up two Welbound machines
Mumbai-based Print Plus has finalised a deal for Welbound's Velocity online binder and a Nordson AltaPail 20-litre melters. Print Plus specialises in printing of brochures, catalogues, posters, stationary, visual aids, annual reports, magazines, books, pharma labels, cartons, calendars.
Hindustan Unilever selects Roland LEC330
Apsom has announced that the Mumbai centre of Hindustan Unilever (HU) has selected the Roland LEC330 for sampling and prototypes for their packaging needs. Debashish Choudhury of Apsom, said, "After extensive interaction with us, HUL found the Roland LEC range the most suitable for generating prototypes for gaining speed in their go-to-market strategies applied across their entire product range." Apsom is the Indian representative for Roland DG in India.
Navneet Education installs Muller Martini Ventura
Mumbai-based Navneet Education has invested in a Muller Martini Ventura thread book sewing machine. Nilesh Gala, general manager, Navneet Education, said, “For the last 25 years we have been using Muller Martini’s semi-automatic sewing machine with head-op feeder, which is well maintained by our team and is still in good production. So, when the need arose for investment in additional sewing capacity, our natural choice was a new generation machine from Muller Martini.” The Ventura at Navneet is fully loaded and the installation was completed in October 2014.
Hi-Tech’s order book fills up
On the second day of the show itself, Mumbai-based Hi-tech received orders for all the 19 machines from their entire range of print finishing equipment, which were on display. “These include the cutter, the binders, lamination machine, UV coaters, creasing / perforating equipment, folding machines and so on,” said an elated Parag Shah of Hi-tech Systems. In total, more than 30 customers booked Hi-tech products at the show. For Shah, PrintPack has been a good show, since 50% of the customers were new ones.
Guru Nanak Machinery sells eight machines
Amritsar-based Guru Nanak Machinery launched the platen die-punching machine with scrap removal system and rotary sticker half-cutting machine three-in-one machine. Amit Pal Singh of Gurunanak said the company has sold a total of eight machines and is expecting some more.
Halftone Die Makers opts for Zund cutting table
Halftone Die Makers has picked up Zund’s S3 M800 digital-cutting table on display at PrintPack. The Hyderabad-based laser die manufacturing company will deploy this machine to cut rubber for making dies and pertinex counter dies. “We will also use this machine for digital finishing for the short run products printed on our Xerox 1000,” said Murali Nandyala, director, Halftone.