Adway Print Concept installs Komori Lithrone G 440

Delhi-based Adway Print Concept has installed Komori Lithrone G 440 press in its facility at Jhilmil Industrial Area. The 28x40-inch four-colour printing press can run up to a speed of 16,500 sheets an hour and can print thickness of sheets ranging from 0.04 to 0.8mm.

08 Jan 2018 | By Rahul Kumar

Anuj Kumar Jain, director, Adway, said, “Being a new print production establishment, we needed a new printing press to boost our production capacity to meet our customers’ demand and give them quick service. We are familiar with the production of Komori. Environment is one of the biggest concerns for the printing industry. That’s why we opted for the G series. Komori is an obvious choice when it comes to quality production in economic price range.”

Established in April 2017, Adway Print Concept came in to existence after a split in the family owned printing business.

“We are in printing business for the last two decades. We are establishing our entire facility with new equipment. Right now, we are in 16,000 sq/ft rented premises but very soon we will be going for greenfield expansion in nearby Noida or Sahibabad. The greenfield expansion will be in around 2,000 sq/mt,” said Pradeep Kumar Jain, director, Adway.

Adway serves to more than 75 clients from automobile, FMCG, pharma and fragrance industries. Since its establishment, the company is servicing clients from neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and others. “We have strong clientele from the pharma industry,” said Anuj Jain.

Adway produces E-flute cartons, mono cartons, wet-glue labels and inserts which are 20%, 70% and 10% respectively of the entire production. All three segments consume 100 tonnes of packaging board, 30 tonnes of Kraft paper and 10 tonnes of printing paper per month.

The Jain brothers have invested around Rs 8 crore in equipment so far. There are plans to invest more. “We are planning to add equipment for liner carton and self-adhesive label to fulfil our future plans and give all the products from under one roof,” said Anuj Jain.

The Jain brothers believe that there is absolute growth for the printing companies who produce quality jobs with honesty.