Print Pack Sign Expo 2010 in Pune receives upbeat reviews

Most of the Indian manufacturers and distributors, who participated at Print Pack Sign Expo 2010 held in Pune, have issued an upbeat assessment of the show.

15 Sep 2010 | By Sachin Shardul

The digital sector saw Global 5 Technologies bagging orders for HP and Xerox machines and Apsom for Roland inkjet machines.

Global 5 Technologies bags orders for HP and Xerox

Pune-based Global 5 Technologies (G5T) sold 10 HP printers, two Xerox DC242s in Ahmednagar and Goa and one Xerox DC 252 in Navi Mumbai.

Prashant Khomne, managing director at G5T, said: "Customers from Goa, Nashik, Nagpur and other parts of Maharashtra have visited our stall. We have got more than 200 genuine enquiries - and we are hopeful about converting them to orders."

Khomne added: "We have got orders for the HP Designjet 5100 and HP Latex L25500 printers from Akola, Nandurbar and Nagpur. We have also got the orders for Xerox DC 242 and 252. Overall, we are very satisfied with the response we have got in the show."

G5T displayed products from HP, Xerox and Kodak at their stall. G5T has sold six HP Latex L65500 printers in Pune.

Autoprint gets positive response for its continuous stationery products

Autoprint displayed two products, Autoprint Knight and Autoprint pack to pack (PTP) 10000i.

S Parthasarthy, strategic business unit 3 for domestic market at Autoprint, said: "We have more than 20 installations in Pune and the number is increasing."

Raka Enterprise, the distributor for Autoprint in the Western region was also present at the show.

Dilip Raka, managing director at Raka Enterprise, said: "In India there are more than 1000 installations of PTP 7000 and 10000i, out of which 80 are installed in Maharashtra which includes 35 in Mumbai."

Autoprint's total market share in continuous stationery business is 70% in the domestic market while the exports are 40%.

Parthasarthy said: "We have a strong customer base in Indonesia, Turkey and Middle East. One customer in Indonesia alone has 12 units of PTP 10000i while one customer in Turkey has 10 units."

Sai Enterprises launches HPM cutting machine in Maharashtra

Sai Enterprises, a Hyderabad-based distributor launched its HPM cutting machine in Maharashtra during the Expo.

S D Reddy, managing director at Sai Enterprises, said: "The show provided us a platform to launch HPM products in Maharashtra."

Sai Enterprises displayed the HPM 92 cutting machine at their stall. The HPM 92 has a slotless work table and uses a German Wessel hydraulic system with Italian hydraulic pump. The cutting and clamping are driven by hydraulic systems.

Established in 2004, Sai Enterprises has its head office in Hyderabad and has branches in Delhi, Mumbai, Meerut and Vizag in India while they have overseas offices in Nairobi, Kenya and Ethiopia. The company has sold 26 units of HPM cutting machines in India and has 150 customers in Nairobi. The company deals in pre-press, press, post-press and allied machinery.

Shri Sidhi Vinayak Engineers bags order for WM30 continuous stationery printer

Shri Sidhi Vinayak Engineers (SSVE), Faridabad-based manufacturer and supplier bagged five orders for its WM30 continuous stationery printer.

Manish Singh, managing director at SSVE, said: "We received five confirmed orders for WM30."

SSVE manufactures continuous stationery printer, collator machine, BOPP adhesive coating machine, slitter rewinder machine for paper and film and gravure printing machine.

SSVE has installed 15 WM30 continuous stationery printers in India and will be installing two more at Bengaluru. SSVE has a customer base in SAARC and Middle East.

Sud & Waren highlights new products

Faridabad-based printing and converting machinery manufacturer, Sud & Waren highlighted its new products. OMR sheet printing machine, online MICR numbering machine, continuous stationery printing machines for security printing were among the new highlighted products.

Sanjay Kumar, manager technical sales, said: "We could not display the machines during the show but we have highlighted the new innovations developed."

Sud & Waren sold one security printing press in Algeria, one thermal printing press in UAE for printing medical charts, ATM rolls, multiplex and POS tickets. In the domestic market, Sud & Waren has a client base in 20 states of India.

Apsom Infotex sells two two Roland VS 640 inkjet printers to VGA Digital and Painter Dedgaonkar in Pune

Apsom Infotex, distributor for Roland printers in India has bagged orders for two Roland VS 640 inkjet printers and five genuine enquiries.

The two Roland VS 640 printers were sold and installed at VGA Digital and Painter Dedgaonkar both in Pune.

Deborshi Choudhury, regional manager for Western region at Apsom Infotex, said: "Apart from the order for two Roland VS 640 inkjet printers, we are also working on the five enquiries which we are hopeful of converting into confirmed orders."

Roland VS 640 combines the industry's latest print head technology with renowned Roland print and cut capabilities. A new Roland metallic colour library includes a range of metallic and pearlescent colours allowing VS-640 users to add luxurious metallic effects to signs, banners, vehicle graphics and wraps, fine art posters, packaging prototypes, labels, decals, POP displays and heat transfers for apparel.

Choudhury added: "In the current economic climate, it is important for shops to stand out from the competition. Offering a full spectrum of brilliant metallic colours, the VS-640 takes businesses to the next level with advanced production capabilities at an affordable initial investment and low operating costs."