Prem Vishwakarma, director at Robus India, told PrintWeek that out of the five machines, two were die-cutting machines, which was sold to Faridabad-based Manik Print Pack and Daman-based Nidhi Print. Other three orders were for its folder-gluer machines.
Nashik-based Shweta Print opted for the JT series of folder-gluer. Haryana-based RKMB bought the JC series of folder gluer. However, Nidhi Print, which also purchased a die-cutter, bought the JC series of folder-gluer.
Vishwakarma said, “The machines were sold within three days of the exhibition.”