Arihant International to launch cold foil and pigment foil at Printpack India 2019

Hall 3, Stand B-7

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Arihant International
Arihant International to exhibit stamping foils at Printpack India 2019

Arihant International will launch cold foil and pigment foil at Printpack India 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida. In addition, the company will exhibit hot stamping foil for paper and plastic, textile foil and leather foil at their stand.

Arihant International is an international trading firm of hot stamping foil, pigment foil, leather foil, textile foil, glass stamping foil, tag fasteners, adhesive, and tapes. The company is a distributor of hot stamping foils of Korea-based company ITW specialty films, in India. ITW specialty films are the global leaders in the manufacturing of hot stamping foil, which cover an array of applications in the graphic, plastic, leather, textile, pharmaceuticals and security industry. The company offers a comprehensive range of metallic and matt hot stamping foil.

ITW has developed hot foil formulations specifically designed to meet all the challenges of substrates, design and production. Whether used off-line or with rotary stamping equipment, these foils produce a crisp, durable impression and provide quality finished product. With a wide array of silvers, golds, and colors as well as eye-catching stock and custom holographic foil patterns, ITW Foils can provide the customized color required by certain brands.

Atul Jain of Arihant International says, “Printpack India is one of the largest shows for the printing and packaging industry. People from the trade would visit and explore the exhibition. Apart from exposure to new and old customers, we get an opportunity to know the present and future trends and requirements of customers.”

Aiming to meet packers and printers, the company will be present at Hall 3, Stand B-7, Printpack India 2019.

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