Komori India bags 21 machine deals at Pamex 2024

Komori India has announced that the company inked deals for 21 sheetfed offset printing presses at Pamex 2024, held at the Bombay Exhibition Center, Goregaon, Mumbai on 6-9 February.

14 Feb 2024 | By Charmiane Alexander

Team Komori at the show

Yuichi Nakamura, director of Komori India, expressed his gratitude to the Indian packaging and printing industry for its keen interest in the company’s products and services. 

He highlighted the success of Pamex 2024, stating that beyond closing deals for 21 printing presses, it surpassed the achievements of the previous Pamex edition in just a few months. 

Nakamura emphasized that the deals spanned various segments, including packaging converters, commercial printers, book printers, and other sectors of the industry. Despite international disturbances and challenges, Komori India remains committed to supporting and nourishing the packaging and printing industries, he added.

Jitender Rohilla, general manager, sales, Komori India, shared that over 700 visitors attended the event, showcasing a tremendous overall response. Visitors from diverse segments such as printing, label printing, flexible packaging converters, textile printing, and more demonstrated the versatility of Komori's offerings. The delivery of all the machines is expected to be completed by the end of this year or the first quarter of the next.

The comprehensive deal includes 13 printing presses from the Lithrone G series, designed specifically for packaging converters, seven printing presses from the Enthrone series tailored for commercial and book printers, and one printing press from the LP series (perfector), specifically for book printers with a focus on fast production. Notably, the LP series press is the first of its kind in Asia, excluding China. Out of the 13 Komori Lithrone G series presses, seven are equipped with more than six colours and UV capabilities.  

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