Vinsak plans to bring innovative and business-oriented packaging solutions to PrintPack India 2022. This year, PrintPack is scheduled to take place from 26-30 May in India Expo Center, Greater Noida. It will also share information from Lombardi, AB Graphic International and Iwasaki.
At Printpack, Vinsak will display its new range of label finishing equipment that prints out QR codes, high build varnish, and digital cold foiling in Hall 5, Stand C 22&23. It will also show Vinsak Usar, tabletop rewinder, Vinsak roll lifter, high build system, and brand protection solutions.
Vinsak is looking to connect with the audience at Printpack 2022
The company being a regular participant at PrintPack India will exhibit to offer more label embellishment solutions and VDP solutions to its existing client base. The company is looking for new technical solutions that it can bring to its convertor customers, and then with its excellent design team, it can execute and manufacture the same.
Ajit Bhardwaj, graphic designer at the company, speaking about their expectations for the event, said, “Networking is the masterstroke when it comes to marketing your business, and nothing can beat connecting with your audience personally. As Covid hit the Indian market, life has become a true hybrid, although Vinsak is thrilled to learn that most events are now held in person. Our team exhibiting at PrintPack 2022 would be a huge step forward in reconnecting with our clients and customers outside the virtual zone.”
“In-mould labels, sustainable packaging will grow in double digits. We all need to put our energies and R & D Efforts into growing the same. To continue to serve our customers by offering cutting-edge technology has been our strategy for the last 25 years, and we will continue on the same. The rest is confidential. Our focus is on offering more label embellishment solutions and VDP solutions to our existing client base. Convertors and printers can look at adding value to their offerings to brands and hence shore up their bottom lines without major investments,” he concluded.