PrintPack 2022: Bobst announces sale of two more Novafold folder-gluers

Bobst has signed two more Novafold 110 A2 deals. The most recently introduced Bobst folder-gluer will be installed at Ludhiana-based Incite Home Care Products and Hyderabad-based Hyper Pack.

27 May 2022 | By Noel D'Cunha

Three Bobst kit sold at the show so far

BK Aggarwal and Praveen Aggarwal, directors at Incite Home Care Products, informed PrintWeek that they were looking for a versatile machine which can do complex jobs. “After doing all detailed research work with various options available in the market we zeroed down on to go with Bobst kit due to its merits,” said Pravin Aggarwal.

The Bharat Box team with the Bobst team at the show

“Bobst machines are like swiss watches which we would like to pass on as a gift to next generations and it never loses its accuracy and consistency and is kept as a jewel.”

Praveen Kommareddy, managing director at Hyper Pack, told PrintWeek that it was his dream to own a machine from Bobst but was always distracted by other available options due to its price. “When I discussed in detail with the Bobst team about its versatility, added value and new design, I got fully convinced that I was making the right decision. I am happy today for being a part of the Bobst family and achieving this milestone.”

The Hyper Pack team with the Bobst team at the show

Arvind Dhand, national sales manager for the Indian Subcontinent, BUPC folding carton at Bobst India, said, the latest Novafold is designed to boost capacity and end-product quality. “It offers a powerful blend of reliability, precision and versatility. The machines can produce a wide variety of box styles across a range of substrates, at speeds of up to 350-m/min. It is one of the most diverse and high performing portfolios available to today’s packaging printers and converters.”