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Koncept Labels ventures into label printing with Gallus EM 280

18 September 2017

Haridwar-based Koncept Labels has installed, Gallus’ popular flexo press, the EM 280 press. The nine-colour label printing press is equipped with online UV on all stations, a screen printing unit, online varnish, lamination, embossing, hot foiling and online die-cutting features.

from-left-amit-tyagi-and-parag-saxena (from left) Amit Tyagi and Parag Saxena of Koncept Labels with the Gallus EM 280

Established in 2017, Koncept Labels is managed by a group of six entrepreneurs — Parag Saxena, Somendra Nath, Herendra Nath, Anurag Saxena, Vipul Gupta and Amit Tyagi, who also own an offset printing facility named ‘Publicity Printing and Packaging’.

“When our existing clients put forth their requirements for labels, we decided to expand into label printing with a new press and established Koncept Labels,” said Parag Saxena.

Both the firms operate in the same complex.

Koncept specialises in food and beverage labels, home and personal care labels, pharmacy labels, automobile and lubricant labels, screen-printed and foiled labels, liquor labels, clear and metalized labels.

According to Saxena, deciding on which flexo press to buy meant lots of research and several demonstrations from various suppliers. “We opted for the Gallus EM 280 based on excellent output quality, efficient converting, low wastage, and the ability of the equipment to handle complicated multi-print processing jobs, while maintaining the consistency of print quality,” he said.

But what truly tipped the scales in favour of Gallus, Saxena said, was the advice from our customers, who from their past experience with other suppliers - strongly recommended the Gallus EM 280. “These customers source top-quality labels from presses that use Gallus equipment.”

The print-house has commenced operations with the Gallus EM 280, printing on both, paper and flexible media. “It’s Gallus’ strength, our advantage,” said Saxena. 

Koncept operates from a 5,000 sq/ft printing facility and employs eight people.

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