Mumbai’s Hitech Systems sells machines worth INR 80 lakhs at Media Expo Mumbai 2020

iEcho cutting table - the highlight of the show

Hitech Systems stall at Media Expo Mumbai 2020. Photo IPP
Hitech Systems stall at Media Expo Mumbai 2020. Photo IPP

Mumbai-based Hitech Systems, which deals in a variety of print finishing solutions from leading global brands, had a successful Media Expo Mumbai 2020 which was held in Mumbai in late-February. The company closed 14 deals worth about INR 80 lakhs. At the expo, Hitech Systems displayed eight machines with iEcho cutting table being the highlight of the show.

The Media Expo Mumbai 2020 was a reasonably successful show for us as we closed some really good deals. We also got some strong leads. Most of the visitors at the expo were copy shop owners,” says Parag Shah, chief executive officer of Hitech Systems.

Hitech Systems displayed a visiting card cutting machine, a paper cutting machine, a die cutting machine for customers who do not have big volumes, a foil printer, a foil printer for boxes, foil printer for pens and a thermal roll laminator. The highlight of the show for the company was the iEcho 604 with a 15 x 23-inch size.

“The iEcho 604 has a speed of 1000mm per second and the machine can cut materials up to a thickness of 2mm. It can process materials such as vinyl, sun board and POP material,” Shah says.

Talking about the overall impression of Media Expo Mumbai 2020, Shah says that this year’s edition was better than what was expected. “All the three days of the expo were busy. This shows that the year ahead will be good,” he says.

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