Five Star Printing to offer latest products on binding solutions at Printpack 2019

Hall 9, Stand G7, 8

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Five Star Printing Machinery's auto creaser

Five Star Printing Machinery Co., a Punjab-based manufacturer of machinery for binders, printers and packaging industry is all set to display its latest range of products at the upcoming Printpack India 2019 from 1 to 6 February in Greater Noida’s India Expo Centre. During the show, the company will host its range of products at stand G 7 and 8 in hall 9 of the expo center.

The company says that the event offers a big opportunity for the sellers to interact with the existing customers and new buyers under one roof. It will exhibit its automatic die cutting machine and fully automatic programmable cutting machine. Five Star Printing will also display machines for industry players in binding segment. The company has spiral binding machine, Wiro binding Machine, and semi automatic saddle stitching machine for binding solutions. Apart from these, it will also exhibit automatic half cutting creasing and perforation machine, spiral punching machine and Wiro punching machine and round corner machine for the visitors.

The company has been a regular participant of the Printpack India show and it expects a good arrangement and a good number of visitors in the February mega event. According to the company, the upcoming event is significant because it presents a platform for both sellers to showcase their range of latest products and draw prospective buyers and maintain a healthy relationship with the existing customers.

It says its target audience will be printers who are looking for business expansion and new customers who are looking for modern machinery. The company expects that all the participants will receive positive results from the India’s biggest trade show for printing, packaging and allied machinery manufacturers.

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