Kwality Offset Printers adds Mark Andy P5 and Rotoflex

By 08 Dec 2014

New Delhi-based Kwality Offset Printers has put into service a brand new Mark Andy Performance series P5 narrow web flexo press and a Rotoflex VSI 330 label inspection system.

Rajiv Chhatwal(r), managing director, Kwality Offset Printers and Shahid Khan, senior service engineer, Flexo Image Graphics with Performance series P5 press

The new Performance series press will share the shopfloor space at Kwality with Mark Andy’s 2200 and XP5000 presses.

The P5 is equipped with auto-register, re-register and UV System. In order to support this increased production, the company has installed a Rotoflex VSI 330 slitter inspection rewind system with E-GEN3 controller system to boost capacity and improve efficiencies for its inhouse print shop.

Rajiv Chhatwal, managing director at Kwality Offset Printers with Gourav Roy, managing director at Flexo Image Graphics

Rajiv Chhatwal, managing director for Kwality Offset Printers, said, “We primarily purchased Mark Andy XP5000 to cater to high-end labels and packaging to the FMCG, beverage, liquor and wine industries. And with our ever increasing portfolio, we were more than sure that it had to be a P5 press this time.”

Catering varied industries including food and beverage, liquor, wine, pharma and automobile as well as retail chains, Kwality is an innovative company with several awards to its credit

“We are always exploring ways to improve our productivity while at the same time reducing our waste. We are sure this investment will not only enable us to continue working on achieving those standards but also help us meet the quick turnaround requirements of our customers, while also allowing us additional capacity to further expand our business,” added Chhatwal. 




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