Monotech to demonstrate Scodix Ultra Pro’s foiling capabilities

By 15 Dec 2017

Chennai-based Monotech Systems will demonstrate the Scodix Ultra Pro with foil, running the machine in a live presentation at Pamex.

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Ajeet Pareek, product head – Scodix, Monotech Systems says, “The Indian printing and packaging market appreciates quality and precision, making the Scodix Ultra Pro an ideal match for both their production needs and their business acumen. The continuing need for digital service providers to further differentiate themselves is apparent in every industry market, and Scodix serves this need via digital enhancement solutions that have earned a worldwide reputation for delivering pinnacle and unmatched quality. Scodix Ultra Pro with Foil is a worldwide proven product with over 300 installations worldwide, over 30 installations in India and also have received InterTech Technology Award 2017. Pamex provides us with another opportunity to showcase the product and shine more.”

TP Jain, managing director at Monotech, said, “Our theme at the show is - digital enhancement and print finishing, and the live demonstrations at our 218 sq/m stand will be a crowd puller activity for us.”

At Drupa 2016, Scodix announced it had added over 100 new customers from 21 countries. India accounted for around 20 of those bookings. “It has come to a stage where the machine itself is its competitor,” said Jain.

Overall, there are 30 Scodix installations in India, two of which are in Mumbai.

“Hira Prints in Mumbai, is one of the rising stars of the Indian print industry, which has installed a Scodix,” said Jain, while adding, “Our other customers also have benefitted from Scodix’s performance.”

Monotech Systems | Hall/Stall 1/D01 & D04


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