Narendra Paruchuri, managing director, Pragati Offset and Pragati Pack, said, “We have always trusted Komori technology. Our focus is to enhance the capacity of production. The new investment will help us cater towards more innovative packaging and to meet the demand and challenges of post-Covid. We are hoping that we will achieve this with new Komori printing press.”
The Komori GL 37 can print 15,000 sheets per hour with sheet thickness from 0.04- to 0.8-mm. Maximum sheet size of 640x940-mm accommodates a wide range of printing needs not only for publishing but also packaging printing. Equipped with evolved version of KHS-AI integrated control system for quick print start up, this press addresses the critical needs of short turnarounds, many different printed products, short runs and low cost.
Sangam Khanna, deputy managing director, Komori India, said, “Pragati is our long-term partner and we always want our partners to grow and take it to the next level. Over the years, Narendra Paruchuri has given valuable feedbacks which has helped us improve our products and design to serve our Indian customers better. Our partners push us to innovate constantly. The result is our new advance series, will be launching on 29 January in India.”