Adway Print Concept shifts to new facility in Noida

Delhi-based Adway Print Concept has shifted its print production facility from Delhi to Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The new facility consists of a total area of 1950-sqm of land and constructed area is 35,500-sqft.

04 Feb 2021 | By Rahul Kumar

(l-r) Pradeep Kumar Jain and Anuj Kumar Jain of Adway

Anuj Kumar Jain, director, Adway Print Concept, said, “Our existing facility in Delhi, which was a rented facility, lacked additional space. In Noida, we now have sufficient land. We bought the land in January last year and production started in June 2020. The production got delayed because of the pandemic but has resumed since then.”

Jain counted lower electricity costs, less minimum wages and better environment for the industries as benefits of shifting to Noida. “Now, we can execute our expansion plans which were hold because of space constraints, such as additional machines in finishing and printing, and diversification in other segments like blister packaging, stickers and rigid boxes.”

Adway has added a pre-owned Bobst Visionfold folder-gluer in its kitty after the shifting. Pradeep Kumar Jain, director, Adway Print Concept, said, “We installed Bobst Visionfold 110 A2 in October 2020 after shifting to its new premise in Noida. This machine is built-in with a corrugation kit. It has helped us in increasing the conversion speed and shift our production from manual/semi-automatic to fully automatic. Before that, we were doing the jobs either on our Indian-made folder-gluers or manually. With this folding and gluing machine, we can manufacture a box of up to 1100 mm straight line; lock bottom and corrugated boxes. It doubles our production from 40,000 to 80,000 boxes per hour. Since production has increased; so has our sales.”

After shifting to the new facility, the company’s sales have increased from Rs 2-2.5-crore to Rs 3-3.5-crore per month. “We are working towards achieving Rs.100 crore turnover in coming three years by adding new equipment and diversifying into new segments of packaging.” Jain added.

A team of 150 people converts around 250 tonnes of board during round-the-clock operation.