Vetaphone at Pamex Mumbai

Supported by its agent for India Weldon Celloplast

A Vetaphone corona treater will be running at the UV Graphic Technologies booth at Pamex in Mumbai

Vetaphone, an international manufacturer of surface treatment technology, is taking part in the Pamex show in Mumbai from 27 to 30 March. It is being supported by its agent for India, Weldon Celloplast.

Visitors to the trade expo will be able to see Vetaphone technology on the UV Graphics Technologies booth, where a VE-A 520 corona treater and VE-2W 520 web cleaner will be in operation on one of the company’s Ultraflex narrow web flexo lines that will be on working demonstration throughout the event.

Vetaphone’s Sales manager for Asia-Pacific, Holger Selenka, and KD Sahni of Weldon Celloplast, will welcome visitors at the Vetaphone booth G 05/24 in Hall 2 and discuss the latest surface treatment technology.

Pamex, the much-awaited exhibition for the printing and allied industries, is being organized by the All India Federation of Master Printers at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.

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