Ample Graphics announces multiple sale deals at Pamex

New Delhi-based Ample Graphics, which represents eight Chinese post-press equipment manufacturers, announced the sale of three machines at the day two of Pamex 2017.

19 Dec 2017 | By Priya Raju

The fully automatic dry lamination by Huawei will be installed at Mumbai-based Laxmi Narayan Print Pack; the window patching machine has been booked by Noida-based Lynx Designers; and a semi-automatic rigid box making machine from LXS ha been sold to a Himachal Pradesh-based firm.
At the show, Ample Graphics has displayed five machines from its China-based manufacturers. According to Rajeev Jagga of Ample Graphics, the footfall at the show has been good. He said, "We are positive and are looking forward to announcing few more sale at the show."
Talking about the automatic rigid box making machine, Jagga said, "The machine is apt for medium and large print firms catering to the liquor, confectionery and mobile market."
Ample recently announced the sale of 100 machines within 28 months of its inception. 
Noida-based Nutech Packagings, Any Graphics, Brijwasi Art Press; Kala Amb-based Tirupati Polymers; Ahmedabad-based Dev Print Pack; Chandigarh-based Bhambari Printers; Ghaziabad-based Prem Industries; Mumbai-based Forum Print; Vasai-based Perfect Print & Pack and Silvasa-based Award Offset Printers, Vadodara-based Saiswaram are few of the key customers of Ample.