Max launches top-of-the-line graphic lamination films

By 07 Feb 2017

Max Speciality Films (Hall 7/D11) has launched its BOPP, PET and nylon-based graphic lamination films at PrintPack 2017. The highlight of the Max stall is the all-new high grade Embossed range with unique textures like sand, leather, linen and alu-brush.

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Max team at PrintPack India

Anil Kant of Max Speciality Films said, “Being the third largest exhibition of graphic art industry globally it becomes obvious choice to launch and display our innovative products BOPP, PET and Nylon-based graphic lamination films here. The newly launched range of embossed films is suitable for photo albums, hard book covers, posters, roof insulation, diaries, presentation items, visiting cards and other applications.”

Established around 27 years ago, Max Films has established its credentials in both innovation and customer service, fulfilling the requirements of some of the world’s most demanding clients in each BOPP field: packaging, labeling and lamination.


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