Bobst to show diecutter and folder gluer at PrintPack 2022

Novacut 106 and Expertfold will be on display at Hall 9B Stand F34

Bobst is going to show its Accucheck inline inspection system at PrintPack 2022 Photo: Bobst
Bobst is going to show its Accucheck inline inspection system at PrintPack 2022 Photo: Bobst

Bobst, known for providing services in label, flexible packaging, folding carton and corrugated board industries in India, is again participating in PrintPack 2022. This time, the company will be showcasing the newly-made diecutters and folder gluer at the show in Hall 9B, Stand F34. In addition, Bobst team will be there at the exhibition to prepare, produce, maintain, and optimize production workflow with various solutions. 

At PrintPack India 2022, the company will showcase their third-generation Novacut 106, which was launched in 2020. On the folder gluer front, they will show Expertfold, which is equipped with the newly launched second-generation Accucheck inline inspection system. Both the machines will be running with jobs during the exhibition. 

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Bobst shows curiosity to meet their customers

PrintPack is resuming after almost 3 years. People are now keen to visit such exhibitions where they get an opportunity to see new technological developments in the industry and meet the exhibitors in person. This time Bobst is planning to meet their prospective customers and engage in fruitful discussions for the future growth of their businesses and the industry.

Venugopal Menon, zonal business director at Bobst India, commenting on his expectations for the exhibition and said, “PrintPack is considered one of the biggest in our industry, and Bobst has been participating in it for many years. Here, we expect to meet our existing customers and prospective customers looking to diversify into the packaging business, associates to partner with us and more. We feel people visiting the exhibition are serious buyers who want to understand, make good decisions in selecting the right equipment for their businesses, and treat the exhibition as the right avenue for the same.”

Note: The IPPGroup will be publishing the PrintPack India Show Daily on all five days of the event from 26 to 30 May 2022. Our May issues of Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia will also contain previews of the event. 

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