Pamex 2024: NBG showcases automatic rigid box, paper bag machines

In a stride towards revolutionising the packaging industry, Faridabad-based NBG Printographic Machinery took the centre stage at Pamex 2024, unveiling its technological prowess with two automatic rigid box machines and one automatic paper bag machine.

09 Feb 2024 | By Disha Chakraborty

Bharti Agarwal, the director of sales at NBG Printograph

Bharti Agarwal, the director of sales at NBG Printograph, said, “We have successfully finalised several deals, and it brings us immense joy to announce that one of the showcased machines has been acquired by Aristo Eco Pack, based in Daman. This marks their second acquisition from NBG, underlining the trust and satisfaction in our solutions.”

The star of the display is the ZD-450NB automatic paper bag-making machine, designed for versatility with the option of flat handles in overfold or upright configurations. 

Agarwal emphasised the increasing popularity of flat handles, citing their success in the European market and their burgeoning demand in India. The innovative design, where handles fold inside and stand upright, not only caters to aesthetics but also significantly reduces transportation costs by facilitating easy stacking.

NBG showcased two automatic lines of the rigid box, featuring the HM-350D double wrapper. Operating at a speed of 40 boxes per minute, the HM-4030M, initially launched at All Print China, made its grand entrance into the Indian market at Pamex 2024. Agarwal highlighted the unique selling proposition of these machines – the double feeder capability. Both top and bottom boxes are crafted simultaneously, saving valuable time and labour.

“These machines are a game-changer for projects looking for efficiency – acquiring one machine instead of two and producing top and bottom components simultaneously. It's not just about innovation; it's about practicality,” Agarwal explained. 

The versatility of the HM-4030M also benefits existing clients, allowing them to streamline production by creating top and bottom components in a single pass, thus optimising machine space and labour resources.

Agarwal said, “NBG has experienced remarkable growth since Pamex 2023, especially in the narrow and wide web flexo division. We've successfully installed multiple 10-colour narrow web and wide web solutions, solidifying our commitment to pushing technological boundaries.”

As NBG Printographic Machinery continues to innovate, Pamex 2024 serves as a testament to its dedication to delivering cutting-edge solutions that redefine the packaging landscape. The acquired deals and positive response at the exhibition signal a promising trajectory for the company and its role in shaping the future of packaging technology.