AstroNova partners with Weldon for TrojanLabel

New Delhi-based Weldon Celloplast has been appointed as exclusive distributors of US-based AstroNova to sell and service its TrojanLabel brand of digital label printing equipment and products in north and eastern zones of India.

27 May 2019 | By Rahul Kumar

TrojanLabel is part of the AstroNova Product Identification Division

AstroNova is a global leader in data visualisation technologies, delivering solutions that transform data into images, text and graphics for an array of worldwide applications including commercial, industrial, consumer packaging, energy, aerospace and defence.

TrojanLabel is part of the AstroNova Product Identification Division.

Eric R. Menke, sales director, APAC AstroNova, said, “We are confident Weldon Celloplast will provide superior services to clients in the north and east region of India.”

Goutham Reddy, regional sales manager, AstroNova, added, “We consider ourselves fortunate to be able to join forces with Weldon Celloplast. Our commitment to our distributors continues to lie in the offering of excellent service and competitive products. We look forward to a mutually rewarding partnership.”

Weldon is a total solutions provider to the label industry and represent globally renowned manufacturers of printing equipment, tooling, inspection and waste management systems besides offering tamper evident security label materials.

Kanwardeep Sahni, managing director, Weldon, said, “TrojanLabel products will complement our range of offerings to the Indian label industry. Digital label printing is catching up fast and with AstroNova products we will be able provide printers an affordable entry into the segment.”

Harveer Sahni, chairman, Weldon Celloplast, said, “The Indian label industry’s indulgence in digital printing has begun and for printers to initiate their journey into digital printing, TrojanLabel offer the right kind of products. It is a good partnership and Weldon looks forward to keep bringing value to their customers continuously.”