HL Printech wraps up a successful PrintExpo 2023
At PrintExpo 2023, which took place in Chennai from 3 to 5 August, HL Printech showcased a range of its offset printing plates, including its flagship UV CTP plate – Everest and its latest launch, thermal single layer plate - Atlas.
28 Aug 2023 | By Abhay Avadhani
PrintExpo, in its 13th year is deemed as South India’s largest trade fair for the print, packaging and publishing segment featuring a line-up of the latest innovations from the industry. HL Printech joined the fleet of 125 exhibitors to meet and market its brand to over 23,000 visitors including press owners, commercial printers, publishers, process houses and distribution agents.
HL Printech inmates held at Booth C15 tried to touch base with the visitors to impart insights into the functionality of its UV CTP and thermal plates, while advising on the procurement solutions to scale up their production and market share.
HL Printech Solutions based in the MIDC industrial area of Taloja, Navi Mumbai is engaged in the manufacturing of offset printing plates and print consumables for the process houses and commercial printers. The company is currently manufacturing UV CTP plates under the brand name - HL Everest and thermal plates under the brand name - Atlas.
HL Everest Third Generation UV CTP plates are high sensitivity plates with enhanced exposure and processing latitude that aim to give higher throughput and better productivity. These plates use UV laser diode technology and are capable of reproducing 2%-98% dots, along with 200 LPI.
Speaking on the participation, Akash Sahu, director, HL Printech Solutions said, “For us, PrintExpo 2023 was a huge success. We have generated the stir yet again. PrintExpo is an excellent platform to connect with our existing and potential customers, unleash new business opportunities and strengthen trade relations with the southern Indian markets.” “We attend events like this to demonstrate our industry reach and promote our brand to hundreds of potential businesses that are seeking to upgrade their print performance, service delivery and market share,” Sahu added.