Manish Kapoor of Nilpeter India said, “Serious visitors are coming into the show and we have booked three machines so far. Two are booked by Sai Cod Com and one by Homemade Bakers.”
Kapoor said the company’s FB line has completely new design. The beauty of the product is that a printer can use short and long both web paths in a single printing press as per their job requirements.
Nilpeter has installed 60 machines in India. This installation base includes maximum share of shaftless servo driven presses in India.
By the end of 2017, Nilpeter India will move into a new three-acre plant in Chennai and will have capacity to manufacture 30 printing presses. Presently, Nilpeter can manufacture ten printing presses a year.
Nilpeter India has plans to export presses from the plant to the US and Europe. According to Kapoor, Nilpeter sees jump in demand of the machines from the international market. “And we will serve that market from India. Right now, we are exporting to Africa and SAARC countries,” he added.