Vinsak joins hands with Technocut

By 10 Aug 2020

Spain-based converting equipment specialist Technocut has partnered with Vinsak to expand its presence in India, Middle East and Africa.

Technocut has over 30 years of experience in the development of converting equipment

Malkhan Ram, who looks after the business development and sales for Vinsak in MEA region said, “Technocut accessories are very versatile and are the ideal upgrades for old presses. Our special modules are not only the ideal upgrade for old machines but also enable the new generation machines to match its desired speed and accuracy for day to day needs.” 

Technocut has over 30 years of experience in the development of accessories for rotary machines specific to label and converting industry. 

Pol Estrada, international business manager, Vinsak, said, “We are deeply proud of this collaboration with Vinsak and strongly believe that together we will be able to offer a service with high added value for the entire area of India and the Middle East with high-performance technological products.” 

According to the Spain-based company, its types of equipment can be retrofitted on almost any machine. Desmasystem 2.0 (waste matrix rewinder), E-Diffsystem (gap system for die-cut) and pressure control gauges are a few modules the company offers. 

Neeraj Sharma, executive director at Vinsak India, said, "The accessories will help printers enhance quality, reduce production cost and also save time and material when label presses are retrofitted with these modules." 

The modules are an addition to Vinsak's array of label printing and finishing equipment. In the last few years, the company has grown to add and develop a range of customer-centric offerings for the printing and packaging industry such as consumables, pre-press system, flexo presses, finishing machines and now add-on modules.

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