For Robus, Pamex 2023 is an exclusive business opportunity

Strikes more than 17 deals at the exhibition

(L to R) Swati Singh, Neel Mehta and Prem Vishwakarma at Robus stall

Greater Noida-based post-printing machinery manufacturer Robus India cracked 17 deals just before Pamex and during the exhibition in Mumbai. The company booked
12 machines for clients in Pune, two in Delhi-NCR’s Bahadurgarh, and one each in Mumbai, Daman, and Punjab.

Robus claims that for the first time in the printing and packaging industry in India, it has introduced a five-year comprehensive warranty program on each product to provide hassle-free operations for its clients without worrying about maintenance costs. The company says it believes it can grow only if its customers grow along with it. Neel Mehta, AGM sales at Robus, said, ” Since its inception, Robus has sold more than 400 machines in India of which 120 are repeat customers.”

Prem Vishwakarma, managing director of the company, said,” We recently opened a service center in Gujarat and have made a strategic tie-up with ‘Gujarat Printer Directory’ to provide prompt and efficient service backup at the doorstep of our customers from this state. I think our growth can only be attributed to the quality of our machines and our genuine concern for providing prompt services.”

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