Komori India at National Printing Expo 2024

2 – 4 March at Jaipur Exhibition & Convention Centre – Stand No. B4

(L-R) Yuichi Nakamura, president and Jitender Rohilla, general manager – sales, Komori India.

Komori India is taking part in the National Printing Expo 2024, scheduled to be held from 2 – 4 March at Jaipur Exhibition & Convention Centre. Komori’s intention is to support the packaging and printing players significantly growing across the Pink City and its neighboring areas. 

Jitender Rohilla, general manager-sales, Komori India, says, “Our success at the recently concluded Pamex 2024 in Mumbai where 21 machines were booked and the record bookings of 20 machines in the previous edition of the same show last year, has determined our increasingly sizeable customer base expansion across India. Though our presence is quite strong in major Indian cities, growth has been slower in non-metros such as Jaipur in the recent past. However, what we notice today is that a new surge is coming up from non-metros and small cities across various segments.”

He adds, “We have successfully installed quite a range of Komori printing presses in non-metro cities such as Aligarh and Bareilly. In Rajasthan, our main installations have been predominantly taken place in Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur. These cities, along with their neighboring proximities, keep witnessing significant growth over the years and we are ready to support every single packaging and printing player belonged to this area.”

He continues, “Currently, we have a substantial number of Komori printing press users in Rajasthan. Of them, a significant portion comprises users of brand new Komori presses. Specifically in Jaipur, a handful of Komori presses are run by book printers, commercial printers, and packaging converters. For us, Rajasthan is viewed as a promising market, and our presence in the state aims to strengthen our association with the industry.”

Organized by Printers Club Expo under the National Printing Expo Series, National Printing Expo 2024 in Jaipur aims to provide a networking platform where industry people in non-metros such as Jaipur and its surrounding areas can connect with leading global players like Komori. Recognizing the fact that many potential customers in tier-II, III, and IV cities couldn’t attend trade exhibitions usually held in major Indian cities, Printers Club Expo strategically decided to host this Jaipur edition. 

Three-day National Printing Expo 2024 aims at empowering small-sized printers, providing them access to modern and latest technologies at affordable prices. Regional shows hold equal importance for the organizers alongside its national and international events. Printers Club Expo organizes three types of expos—District Printing Expo (1 Day), National Printing Expo (3 or 4 Days), and International Printing Expo (7 Days). 

“We look forward to showcasing our latest technologies and products tailored to meet the evolving needs of the printing and packaging sectors at National Printing Expo 2024 in Jaipur,” says Rohilla. Komori India team will be available at Stand No. B4 to assist and engage with trade visitors on all three days of the expo.

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