TPH displays Orient X-Press at PrintPack 2017

Company optimistic about the future

LK Sharma, CEO and Jagdeep Singh, director, sales, at the TPH stand at Printpack 2017. Photo IPP

In the latest edition of PrintPack, The Printer’s House (TPH) had on display their 4 high 2×1 Orient X-press, capable of producing 45,000 copies per hour.

The highly configured web offset press is equipped with shaftless drives, spray dampening, Megtec auto reel changers with web tension booster, PLC remote controls for ink and water balance, a QI auto registration system for color and QI auto cutoff control on the folder capable of handling 7 webs. Each unit is driven by Siemens motors and has an individual clutch, a vertical drive shaft and shear pin.

Other features of the press include variable speed motorized RTFs (roller at the top of the former) on the lower and upper formers on the folder. 

TPH had stationed as many as 9 branch managers at the stand to handle inquiries during the event and to arrange guided tours for interested customers to their modern plant at Ballabhgarh in Haryana.

LK Sharma, chief executive officer, and Jagdeep Singh, director – sales, were both present at the TPH stand guiding the team and meeting top executives from various companies who visited the stand. Speaking to Indian Printer & Publisher, Singh reiterated his optimism about his company’s prospects in the days ahead. He looked enthusiastic about the turnaround of visitors to the event, especially at the TPH stand.

TPH has recently sold the Orient X-press to Amar Ujala considers it as one of the company’s most popular products.

In 2024, we are looking at full recovery and growth-led investment in Indian printing

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