Chennai’s Navaneetham Enterprises, a commercial printing house, has opted for a Heidelberg Speedmaster SX 74 press, to enhance its productivity. With the new machine the company aims to cater to the packaging segment.
“The SX 74 offers a good value proposition”
Established in 2013, Navaneetham’s investment is in line with the its initiatives to compete in the global markets and fulfill the exacting print quality bars set by its elite buyer base.
K Srinivasan, proprietor, Navaneetham Enterprises, said, “We wanted the best equipment to stay on top of our game. Heidelberg is our trusted partner and brand. Plus, the Speedmaster SX 74 offers a good value proposition, especially for commercial printing.”
Srinivasan said, “We have always catered to corporate clients which include HDFC Bank, Larsen & Toubro, Flextronics India, and Apollo Hospitals to name a few. With Speedmaster SX 74, we intend to cater to the telecom and other financial segments for their commercial as well as packaging requirements.”
“The critical nature of our production needs highly automated operations, quick job changes, and reduced setup times. The SX 74 fits the bill aptly,” added Srinivasan.
The Heidelberg Speedmaster SX 74 combines the technology of the Speedmaster-XL class with the tried-and-tested SM platform. According to Heidelberg, the machine is designed for ergonomic operations, the press is capable of producing shorter makeready and throughput times, with production speeds of up to 15,000 sheets per hour.Navaneetham Enterprises which specialises in commercial printing and publishing segment houses a raft of pre-press and post-press equipment namely Heidelberg SM 102, Komori Lithrone, Stahl folding machine, perfect binder by Muller Martini among others in its 20,000 sq/ft plant.
“We have been growing at the rate of 10% year-on-year since past five years. This year, post this investment we aim to clock more than Rs 13-crore in turnover compared to Rs 10-crore last year. As we progress, we continue to rely on Heidelberg for technology insights and support,” concluded Srinivasan.