Ecomack presents bag-making innovations at Pamex

Participates for the first time at print exhibition

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Ecomack presents bag-making innovations at Pamex
Lalit Kalra, proprietor, at Ecomac stall

Faridabad-based Ecomack – a manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of shopping bags, carry bags, and paper bags – showcased their 2-color printing and flat bag-to-box bag converting machine utilizing ultrasonic sealing technology at Pamex 2023, Mumbai.

Coming from Faridabad in Delhi NCR, proprietor Lalit Kalra said the company participated in the show to meet rising customer demand and expectations.

“The print and packaging industry is growing at an unprecedented rate. Demand and growth go hand in hand, we are a 10-year-old company that is growing every year. This is our first exhibition at Pamex but I’m glad to find such an inquisitive audience. It also makes us feel more concrete about our presence here.”

Some other innovations of the bag-making machine company are the loop-welding machine, ultrasonic sealing machine, carry bag punching machine, and offset printing machine with UV dryer.

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

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