Nulith to promote anti-counterfeiting inks and coatings with barrier properties at Pamex

Participating in Pamex since 1983

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Kaushil Shah and Suresh Shah of Nulith
Kaushil Shah and Suresh Shah of Nulith

Mumbai-based Nulith will promote and talk about anti-counterfeiting inks and coatings with barrier properties at the upcoming Pamex 2020, which will be held in Mumbai from 6 to 9 January at Goregaon Exhibition Centre. In India, Nulith distributes inks under its own brand name and coatings from Germany’s Actega.

“At Pamex 2020, we will be focusing on anti-counterfeiting inks and coatings with barrier properties for replacement of plastic and other flexo and offset print consumables,” says Suresh Shah of Nulith.

Nulith has been participating regularly in Pamex since 1983 and according to Shah, it is a great platform to meet all stakeholders from the industry.

“Printpack is an important event for the industry and it is visited by many industry participants, from suppliers and existing customers to potential customers and competitors. This opens up a whole host of opportunities,” he says.

At Pamex 2020, Nulith will be present in Hall 1, Stand H61.

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