Hi-Tech Systems is now the authorized agents for Polar Mohr cutting machines in India

Mumbai-based company announced this partnership at Pamex 2023

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Parag Shah, CEO of Hi-Tech at Pamex 2023

Mumbai-based Hi-Tech Systems will now distribute Polar Mohr cutting machines in India. The company has been appointed the authorized agents for the German company in India. This partnership was announced by Hi Tech Systems during the recently concluded Pamex 2023 show that was held in Mumbai. 

“We are happy to announce that Hi Tech Systems is now the authorized distributor for Polar Mohr entry level machines in India. There is huge demand for Polar cutting machines in the country so this partnership makes sense for us. Also, given our track record of excellent after sales service for all our principals, this partnership will benefit Polar too. These machines will be well suited for commercial as well as digital printers,” said Parag Shah, CEO of Hi Tech Systems.  

Hi Tech Systems represents multiple global brands in India and 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 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. 

At Pamex 2023, Hi Tech Systems also introduced digital label printers and digital carton printing machines for short-run applications. 

“There is big demand for short-run label and carton printing applications in India. This demand is mainly driven by startups in the food and beverages industry who do not have big volumes. We see big growth in this space in the years ahead,” Shah said.

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