Peter Griffin, managing director, i-teba ‘Solprint’ spoke at length about the salient features of an end-to-end management information system (MIS) software solution, he said, “The Indian market is still in its nascent stages and we see great potential for growth. We believe the integration and streamlining acumen combined with our 23 years of experience gives us an added advantage.”
Solprint entered the Indian market last year, with their tie-up with Sergusa Solution.
Japanese automated rigid boxes and semi-automated rigid box making machine manufacturer Fuchu Shiko, who have over 500 installation worldwide and about 10 installations in India also see a great possibilities in India.
Ricky Chan, project manager, Fuchu Shiko said, “India is still dominated with firms that do box making manually and as the demand increases, automation will be must. Our quality and speed will ensure that we beat our competition.”
Beijing Daheng, who are making their debut in an Indian tradeshow are testing the waters in the Indian market with their vast range of inspection system, they have so far installed two machines at ITC Chennai and have received an order of another four from TCPL Packaging.
Pan Jin, general manager, Beijing Daheng said, “We are trying to understand the requirements of the Indian customer at this show, our business has been pre-dominantly centred around China.
All three of Sergusa’s principals are at Hall 10/ Stall F-11.