Pamex 2024 — Live demonstrations of machines and software from Emerging Graphics  

Hall 1, Stand B30 -- 6 to 9 February, Bombay Exhibition Center

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Emerging Graphics is showcasing a series of machines and live demonstrations of software solutions

With a range of machines and live demonstrations of software solutions, Emerging Graphics, a supplier of solutions for the print and packaging industry, will be present at Pamex 2024, scheduled from 6 to 9 February at the Bombay Exhibition Center.

At Hall 1, Stand B30, the Emerging Graphics team will organize live demonstrations of its EngView CAD Software for folding cartons, corrugation, rigid boxes and die making. Then there is the PaSharp Graphic Suite, a graphic editor for folding cartons, labels & flexibles; the SuperLine, an anti-counterfeiting software for packaging & security printing; and Retouch Xpress, a Photoshop editor for flexo image editing.

Apart from the software solutions, the iECHO TK4S-2516 with routing and auto drill bit changing and iECHO PK0705Plus digital cutting system with auto feeding machines will be on display at the stand. A demo center visit to its clients — KingT scanning digital printer and Haotian inkjet label press — is also on cards.

Pamex 2024 is scheduled before drupa and a good stage to introduce new products, which can be introduced to the market for study. It will be easier for decision makers to evaluate options at drupa and to take forward projects,” Tushar Pande, director, of Emerging Graphics, said.

Sounding optimistic about the packaging industry, Pande believes Pamex is a good platform to inform the audience about its portfolio and reconnect with the industry and customers. “The exhibition will help us show our products to potential converters planning to invest.”

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

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