Premium packaging firms thrive with Emmeci
04 Jul 2016
When it comes to Emmeci, Mohit Jain (in the picture) of Anil Agencies, the Indian representative of Emmeci, says the machines are user-friendly. There is some logic. Some of the print packaging firms, which commissioned the machines, did not stop at just one unit. Once, the first unit was up and running, they went for another. Two of the biggest customers of Anil Agencies, Rave Packaging and Label Kingdom both have installed and ordered, three Emmeci, machines each.
Mohit Jain, Anil Agencies
Jain says that currently Emmeci has 10 installations in India. He adds that some big projects have been finalised, but the company cannot talk about it until Drupa is over.
Jain says that the market is "okay", and he is not worried about the onslaught of the Chinese kit. “Big converters are sceptical about the Chinese machines,” he says, “Many converters who went for the Chinese machines are having troubles, though they may not admit it in public.”
According to Jain, the USP of the Emmeci is that it can produce boxes of varied shapes, besides the standard square and rectangular ones. “There is a huge demand for rigid boxes in the mobile and confectionery segment, and the Emmeci serves the purpose,” he adds.