Mumbai-based Hi-Tech Systems to show wide range of solutions at Printpack 2022

Company expects to meet quality visitors

Parag Shah, chief executive officer at Hi-Tech.

Mumbai-based print finishing solutions provider Hi-Tech Systems will demonstrate a number of machines from its portfolio at the upcoming Printpack 2022.

The company will display solutions such as digital zip lock stand up pouch printing machine, packaging printing machine, label printing machine, and complete print finishing equipment. Hi-Tech Systems was established in 1989 and since 2008 it has emerged as a leading name in the short run, on demand and quick print finishing solutions business.

Hi-Tech Systems will demonstrate OKI 9542 for digital pouch printing, Any002 digital label printer, Hitech heavy duty digital die cutter, Bacciottini DG Line automatic creasing and perforation machine, Foliant thermal laminator, paper cutters, die cutter, foiling options, and wiro options.

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The company, which represents multiple global brands, operates from Shah and Nahar Industrial Estate in central Mumbai district of Lower Parel and has branches across India. Over the years it has installed more than 2700 machines across the country. The company has more than 1700 customers and 50% of their orders are repeat orders.

Hi-Tech CEO Parag Shah says that he expects to meet quality customers at the Printpack 2022 show. “We expect to meet quality visitors from print, label and packaging segment. Printpack is a very useful platform to demonstrate range of our solutions and capabilities, as well as meet existing customers,” he says.

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