Vinsak appoints Rajesh Khatwani as GM, sales

Responsible for equipment sales in North India, overseas markets

Rajesh Khatwabi, New sales General Manager at Vinsak (Photo: Vinsak)

The Vinsak Group, a digital printing solutions provider, has announced the appointment of Rajesh Khatwani as general manager of Sales. 

Khatwani brings with him more than 22 years of experience in the label Industry. He will be responsible for equipment sales in North India as well as key overseas markets as the Vinsak group expands into Southeast Asia in the near future. 

Rajesh Khatwani said, “It is my pleasure to be associated with the Vinsak Group. With the wide range of industry-leading solutions, I am sure that I will be able to do justice to my converter friends of many years by offering them cutting-edge technology solutions and being a part of their growth story. I also felt that my professional goals match well with the work ethics at Vinsak, and we can mutually grow together.”

Ranesh Bajaj, Director and Co-founder, said, “It is our pleasure to welcome Rajesh to our team. With his extensive experience of working in the label industry and his excellent relationship management with both the customers as well as his sales teams, we are sure that he will be a key part of our continued growth story.”

While his past experience is in leading a team selling label stocks and substrates, Khatwani has taken on the challenge of getting into capital equipment sales.

The Vinsak Group hopes Khatwani’s expertise will enhance sales and expand its global footprint.

Vinsak India is taking part in Labelexpo India 2022 to be held in Greater Noida from 10 to 13 November, where it will educate visitors and clients about its wide range of printing solutions.

Vinsak will be present in Hall No-07, Stand 5

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