Excel Machinery to showcase die cutting machines

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Jitendra Patel, managing director of Excel Machinery

Excel Machinery will exhibit automatic die cutting solutions at Printpack India 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida. Gujarat based Excel Machinery will exhibit its automatic die cutting machine MAXIMA EXB35 (size 25″ x 35″) and MAXIMA HS1020 (size 28″ x 40″) at the show.

Jitendra Patel, managing director of Excel Machinery says, “The India packaging sector is growing at a rate of 14-15% and likely to double in next few years. Most of commercial printers are entering in packaging segment with big investment. Current packaging units are also planning to invest in modern and automatic machinery. Being an indigenous automatic machinery manufacturer, I expect very good growth in our business as our machines are comparable to imported machine of this kind and most economically priced.

“Our key goal is to strike with prospects that are looking for automatic die cutting machine with international quality and economically viable. We are sure of convincing all these prospects. This machine will cater to clients looking for imported machines. Previous Printpack exhibitions were very fruitful for us. We received good response from the industry and all have appreciated our products along with orders.”

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