Log In | Become a Member | Contact Us


Connect on Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

India's Parksons Packaging Orders Two More Rapida 106 Presses

Monday, October 27, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

KBA sheetfed offset technology popular with Indian packaging printers

Parksons Packaging, a renowned Indian packaging manufacturer, recently ordered two additional high-performance Rapida 106 sheetfed offset presses. In the last two years the company has installed four medium-format Rapidas and is extremely satisfied with their performance.

The order is for an eight-colour press and a seven-colour press, both with coater. The first is scheduled to arrive at around the turn of the year and the second in the first quarter of 2015, expanding the firm’s capacity significantly.

After signing the contract at the KBA customer centre for two long Rapidas with a total of 17 printing and finishing units l-r: Adiya Surana, managing director of KBA sales partner IPM; Ramesh Kejriwal, CEO of Parksons Packaging; sales director Dietmar Heyduck, sales manager Bhupinder Sethi and key account manager Jürgen Veil (all three from KBA)

Over the last 50 years Parksons Packaging has become one of India’s key packaging manufacturers. At its three sites in Daman, Rudrapur und Pune the company predominantly produces packaging for food and beverages, but also for pharmaceutical products and the electronic industry.

The eight-colour Rapida is planned to go live at the plant in Pantnagar. It will join an existing six-colour Rapida 105 with coater and a six-colour Rapida 106 with twin coaters already in operation. The new Rapida 106 features board and film-handling kit and is configured for UV mixed operation. It will be typically equipped for packaging printing with automatic nonstop systems and pile logistics, and the press will be raised by 450mm (17.7in). Automatic plate changers, CleanTronic Multi combined blanket, impression cylinder and roller washing systems for ink changes as well asCleanTronic UV all ensure production efficiency. Furthermore, ErgoTronic ColorDrive and ErgoTronic ACR monitor and control print quality online. Essential preset data is transferred to the press via LogoTronic CIPLinkX.

The almost identically configured seven-colour press will be installed at the plant in Daman next to an existing six-colour Rapida. An additional six-colour Rapida is in operation at the company’s site in Pune.

Parksons Packaging places great importance on the high quality of its print products and relies on innovation and cutting-edge technology at its production sites. With these requirements in mind it is easy to see why the firm opted once again for two high-tech Rapida 106 presses.

 

Post a Comment

To post a comment Log In or Become a Member, doing so is simple and free

 

SHARE

Email Icon Email

Print Icon Print

Label & Packaging Editor

Jennifer Matt

Patrick Henry, Section Editor
Pat has covered graphic communications for nearly 30 years as a reporter, an editor, and a commentator.

 

Become a Member

Join the thousands of printing executives who are already part of the WhatTheyThink Community.

Copyright © 2016 WhatTheyThink. All Rights Reserved