header-ad

PrintPack 2017: Bobst to showcase the prowess of VisionFold

08 January 2017

Bobst, one of the world’s leading suppliers of equipment and services to packaging and label industry for folding cartons, corrugated boards and flexible materials industries, will display its high-speed folder-gluer Visionfold 110 A2 with auto collection at PrintPack India 2017.

bobst-visionfold The machine on display is a modular-cum-versatile machine with multiple jobs processing capability

The Swiss manufacturer, who has its global manufacturing unit in Pune, has been participating in PrintPack since 1996. In its 12 PrintPack, Bobst is located in Hall 9/ E34-38.

According to Venugopal Menon of Bobst India, the VisionFold 110 A2 will run multiple jobs on the exhibition floor. During the exhibition, the company will also introduce a special feature on the folder gluer.

“When nothing matters more than the quality of your final product, you need production equipment that can deliver quality consistently, time and time again,” said Venugopal, adding that the VisionFold not only lets a customer handle all styles, but because of its ease of setup and effortless repeatability, it delivers the same flawless quality every time the job runs. “This helps print companies for achieving JIT and gain more trust for future orders,” he added.

The machine on display is a modular-cum-versatile machine with multiple jobs processing capability.

On market and technology development, Menon said the developments in Bobst are always driven by market demands. “We have always been an innovative company, always anticipating the changing market and customer needs and adapting our equipment and solutions to cater to customer demands,” he added.

Menon said exhibitions are a perfect place to showcase the technology prowess of its equipment, meet and hear its key and prospective customers demands and explore new business opportunities.

On the recent economic developments, Menon sees this as a temporary disruption. “We feel the demand and consumption, especially in the food, FMCG space could be hit by one quarter. The economy is stable and India is on the growth path. Thus, we feel the investment cycle could take a temporary hit and then come back to its normal cycle.” 

comments powered by Disqus

Latest Poll

How good or bad are the print standards and certifications?

EVENTS

comment