CGSASP gets strong response at PrintPack India 2022

Promoting Cito products for packaging converting

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(Left) Arun Gandhi of CGSASP and (Middle) Kunal Gandhi, director, CGSASP at PrintPack India 2022. Photo IPP

New Delhi-based CGSASP, a significant manufacturer of graphic arts machines and consumables, exhibits at the PrintPack India show once again. The well-known brand in the printing and packaging sector specializes in printing chemicals and packaging machines.

As the packaging production accelerates, carton converters are investing in higher speed machines with better technology and standard spare parts, less downtime and wastage but with the right and appropriate quality for the purpose, says Kunal Gandhi, director of CGSASP.

Hunkeler, Cito, Kirk-Rudy, Winkler+Dünnebier, Delta, Cutlite Penta, Perivo, Martin Miller, Richly Top, Nor-Graphic, and Tresu Group are among the overseas brands for which CGSASP is the only distributor. Cito products, Martin Miller steel rules, Renova brakes and roll pushers, Policart anvil covers, Lead edge Apac strips and plate carriers, Printguard jackets, Hunkeler waste evacuation systems, Tresu Chambers, and Sandon anilox rollers will all be on show in Hall 9B, Stand F23 at PrintPack India.

CGSASP has received a strong business-like response at PrintPack India. Since this is the first in-person PrintPack exhibition since the pandemic, CGSASP is absorbing a great deal of market and trade-related information from visitors to its stand about what’s going on in the industry. “We are seeking to interact with a lot of our current clients since we haven’t been able to meet them since the pandemic began,” said Gandhi.

“CGSASP has entered into a joint venture with LeadEdge Flexo, and we call it ‘LeadEdge Flexo Apac.’ Here at PrintPack India, we are launching it, and it will benefit our business and the market,” concludes Gandhi.

In 2024, we are looking at full recovery and growth-led investment in Indian printing

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