A few prominent players from newspaper segment at 15th PRINTPACK INDIA
PRINTACK INDIA 2022, which recently concluded on a positive note at India Expo Mart in Greater Noida (Delhi-NCR), brought the zeal of in-person exhibition after a gap of three-year pandemic break, unleashing latest products and technologies from the printing and packaging segments. The showcases include some show-stopping exhibits from the newspaper segment.
Some of the prominent web-offset press manufacturers, news media solution providers and others from the newspaper segment presented a line of latest products and advanced technologies. The league comprised QIPCEAE India, Sigmarq, manroland Goss, tph (The Printers House), BALDWIN, MRLPR, among others.
Rakesh Dave, Managing Director, QIPC-EAE India Pvt Ltd, said they keep increasing the installation base of the company’s automation systems at all leading newspaper houses in India. Supported by a global service network, the QIPC–EAE jointventure delivers total solutions for web offset presses that would change the measurement and control systems market for newspaper printing and production forever.
Sigmarg, a leading manufacturer and exporter of web offset presses in India, re-assembled all over again in the postpandemic time and moved ahead with niche newspaper press CRUSADER as well as the new design of its popular BOOKMARQ press. Rajesh Ghorpade, Managing Director, Sigmarq Technologies Pvt Ltd, said the PRINTPACK INDIA 2022 is the right platform to meet the right visitors in the postpandemic time.
Wolfgang Heisinger, Senior Product Manager, Newspaper & Packaging, Product & Business Development, manroland Goss Group, said the products and solutions they offer are designed differently for one country to another. “We present rollers and blankets for the newspaper and packaging segments at PRINTPACK INDIA 2022, which are suitably for our Indian customers. We offer our products and services in accordance to the demand and requirement of our customers in different markets of different countries, such as India, China or US.”
The first and foremost Indian manufacturer of web offset presses, The Printers House (tph) marked a big presence at PRINTPACK INDIA 2022, showcasing the prowess of its Orient web presses in a colossal stand.
Rishab Kohli, Director, The Printers House (P) Ltd, said the exhibition finally brings back the lost luster of physical expos and contentment of face-to-face networking among the industry people.
BALDWIN/Vision Systems India is yet another prominent player which showcased some latest and advanced products and technologies for newspaper production.
The key exhibits at the company’s stand at the expo included its highly-demanded colour inspection and curing systems for web offset presses. Raj Kumar Rana, Area Sales Manager, BALDWIN Vision Solutions Private Limited, said the market is now gradually opening up and it’s time to upgrade production plants of the newspaper houses with the latest machines and technologies for quality and innovative print production.
Amit Desai, Area Sales Manager, BALDWIN Vision Solutions Private Limited, mentioned that their newly unpacked UV lamb is designed suitably for all web offset presses of varied towers and configurations.
He added that the need of the hour in the post-pandemic time is the adoption of new technologies to move business to another level.
MRL Printing Rolls is another crowd puller at the expo which attracted crowds to its showcase of a line of highly versatile rollers. Vipin Bhardwaj, Sr Marketing Manager, MRL Printing Rolls Pvt Ltd, said the newspaper houses need to upgrade the machines using latest parts and consumables. The company has been manufacturing heavy industrial rolls and also doing job work for various esteemed concerns. “We upgrade our rolls after getting feedbacks from our esteemed customers that include some of the leading web offset manufacturers in India and abroad, viz, tph, manroland Goss, etc.”
PRINTPACK INDIA 2022 unleashed a string of innovative products and technologies which are suitably engineered for upgrading the existing web offset presses and overall production plants of newspaper houses.