Jalandhar-based UK Offset brings home a Heidelberg six-colour coater

By 30 Apr 2021

The print house has purchased a pre-owned Heidelberg 102-6+L, Autoplate. This is the company’s second Heidelberg kit

Neeraj Pandit of Neeldhara (r) with Jatinder Singh (second from right) and team

UK Offset Printers, based in Jalandhar, has purchased a pre-owned Heidelberg six-colour coater with autoplate – Heidelberg 102-6+L, Autoplate – from Neeldhara. The print firm told PrintWeek that it is proud of this purchase decision.

Founded by Jatinder Singh, UK Offset Printers was established in 2012 in Jalandhar. Sing had also established the Jalandhar-based UK Processors in 2002. With these 20 years of print experience, the company has been providing packaging solutions for OEMs of sports goods, automobile and cycle parts, hand-tools, and hosiery manufacturers.

Singh informed that Jalandhar has primarily been a hub for publishing, but is now shifting towards packaging owing to negative growth in the publishing sector. “The rates asked are the lowest in this part of north India for printing and publishing,” Singh added.

The print house is set-up in a 10,800 sqft constructed area with over 50 staff working in two shifts. It is equipped with the latest Heidelberg 102-6+L, Autoplate kit, Adast Dominant 725C, spot/texture UV machine, lamination machine, die cutting kit, Guillotine, and two complete lines of brand new BasysPrint CTCP.

About the installation, Arjun Pandit of Neeldhara said, “Neeldhara has always been instrumental in providing its customers the best machine at the most reasonable price. This time, this beautiful (Heidelberg) six-colour with coater imported from the USA had a seamless and trouble-free installation at Jalandhar, adding one more happy customer to the list.”

Tags: UK Offset

Events

Sep
30
Nov
16

ProPak India 2021 NEW!

Sep 30 - 02 Oct 2021
Bombay Exhibition Center, Mumb...

Labelexpo India 2021 NEW!

Nov 16 - 19 Nov 2021
India Expo Centre, Greater Noi...

Latest Poll

Print de-grew in the past 12 months. What should Printland do over the next 12 months?