Orange will showcase the highlights of this partnership during PackPlus 2019, which begins from 28 August in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Orange will in Hall 12A/ 16.
“We are excited to collaborate with Hanway Industrial from Hanglory Group, one of the most reputed manufacturing companies. This is a significant step towards strengthening our portfolio to be on the forefront of these transformative technologies,” said Aayush Rathi, director, Orange Group.
Accordingly, Orange will be marketing Labstar 330 and 330E UV inkjet label printers, both with 600-dpi and 1,200-dpi for the optimisation of the needs of the customer. Equipped with Kyocera printheads, these machines can print at a maximum speed of 50-m/min. “It offers endless options and possibilities without potential experience and expertise in the digital printing industry,” Rathi said.
The other major products will be the Highjet and Glory digital inkjet printers for corrugation. The Highjet series is based on scanning technology whereas Glory series is a single pass. “These digital machines will ease the customer as there is no platemaking, no minimum order limitation, instant response to demands, and zero inventories,” Rathi added.
In 2010, Hanglory Group was established as a fully integrated high-tech digital inkjet manufacturer, complete with R&D facilities, factory premises, and an experienced sales force. It is located in the technical-economic development area in Shenzhen city.
Orange Group has been in digital for more than 10 years. It has sold more than 140 digital textile printing machines across India. For packaging, it sells a digital cutting machine, UV printing machine of its own brand KoloRado and Colorix, and various software from Treedim and Picador France.