Trigon sets-up unit in Delhi to stay ahead

By 03 Sep 2013

Trigon Digital has set up a unit in Okhla Industrial Estate in Delhi after units in Mumbai and Bengaluru. A five year old firm, the braindchild of young enterprenuers Anil Namugade and Milind Deshpande, offers brands and packaging converters like Parksons Packaging, Paper Products, Uflex solutions. As Namugade,a pre-press specialist stated, "We offer ideation and creation of packaging design, proofs and mock-ups on actual substrate, virtual stores, and three-dimensional PDF mock-ups up to the fi

Trigon's two units in Mumbai and Bengaluru provides proofing, mock-ups and print fulfilment in. The firm has three of Kodak Approval NX – the recentmost digital proofing machine being installed in Delhi. This kit can generate printing proofs on the actual printing substrate with metallic or full range of Pantone colours. Inaddition, there is a Roland eco-solvent for large and wide-format printing, Flora flatbed UV inkjet printing, Epson inkjet proofing, Konica Minolta short-run digital printing solution, spot UV varnish solution, thermal lamination machine to reproduce superior quality of gloss and matt finish, conventional foiling and embossing machine.

Namugade is very proud of the Esko suite plus the Kongsberg sample-making table which gives Trigon an edge "in cartons, die-cut labels etc shrink tunnel to make shrink-wrap for containers".

During a visit to a mall in Bengaluru, I saw an assortment of choco filled biscuits. It's hybrid of choco fill and crunchy chocolates. But the real game changer is the packaging which makes the outer layer attractive. Some of it is rendered by the multi-locational Trigon. In their locations in Mumbai and Bengaluru and now Delhi, this nifty firm does packaging design, proofs and mock-ups on actual substrate, virtual stores, and 3-dimensional PDF.

Trigon has been shortlisted in the PrintWeek India Pre-Press Company of the Year 2013, category.



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