Heidelberg India secures deals for consumables and spare parts

Valuable interaction with industry stakeholders at Pamex

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Team Heidelberg at Pamex

Heidelberg India’s participation in Pamex Mumbai concluded on a positive note, with the company securing a significant number of orders for consumables and spare parts. At the exhibition, Heidelberg highlighted its products such as Prinect workflow solutions, sheetfed offset, Saphira consumables, and labeling solutions, drawing substantial interest and engagement from attendees.

Samir Patkar, president of Heidelberg India, expressed satisfaction with the exhibition’s outcome, noting the diverse audience of packaging converters and commercial printers.

“We had a successful Pamex, attracting a diverse audience of packaging converters and commercial printers. Their feedback provided valuable insights on emerging trends and preferences within the printing industry, particularly in the packaging sector,” Patkar said.

The focus on Prinect workflow solutions and spare parts garnered quite a bit of enthusiasm, with commercial and packaging printers participating in one-on-one demonstrations with Prinect experts.

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Visitors at Heidelberg stall

Patkar emphasized Heidelberg’s commitment to meet and exceed customer expectations by delivering high-quality print technology and cost-effective solutions that adapt to evolving industry demands.

Looking forward to drupa

Looking forward to drupa 2024 with the theme ‘Unfold your Potential,’ Heidelberg anticipates unveiling innovative solutions addressing key industry challenges such as rising costs, shortage of skilled labor, and sustainability requirements.

The exhibition will feature the latest generation of sheetfed presses, a comprehensive range of pre-press and post-press solutions, labeling advancements, and enhancements to improve efficiency and sustainability throughout the print production process.

As Heidelberg continues to drive innovation and excellence in the printing industry, the drupa exhibition will showcase its dedication to delivering end-to-end solutions that empower printers to thrive in a dynamic and competitive market landscape, Patkar said.

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

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