Speaking to PrintWeek India, Rukson’s Kishin Panjabi said, "There has been an increased demand for UV printing and we have been receiving inquiries for MetPET cartons. The new Komori will enable us to cater to this segment, which we are upbeat about," said Panjabi.
"Besides the new press, Bobst's finishing kit are in the pipeline," added Panjabi.
The company has a battery of three Heidelberg kit, which run conventional inks and which convert 70 tonnes of paperboard per month with the support of Bobst finishing kit and hand punching machines.
"With the new machine contributing to our production, we will convert over 100 tonne of paperboard per month," said, Kishin's son, Gobind Panjabi, director at the company.
The new press is expected to be installed in April 2015.