Showcases fully automatic roll-to-bag machine capable of making one lakh paper bags per day.
Bangalore Based R J Resolutions in association with Shanghai UPG Group had showcased a range of devices including the automatic Paper Bag Making Machine. It also showcased the NEWPORT range of Paper Bag making machine which is of the Japanese origin and the only Sheet to Bag Making machine which is target towards the print community who is need to make a bag using 90 GSM paper for the Shopping Bag.
With awareness on using paper instead of plastic carry bags, the printing industry finds a new opportunity in the shopping bags with large number of FMCG, MNC and Textile etc. retailers showing a liking to the paper shopping bags. Today printers are making shopping bags from offset printed paper.
RJ Resolutions also showcased the fully automatic roll-to-bag making machine capable of making around one lakh bags a day in both sheet-to-bag and roll-to-bag making.
“Overall with a very successful Printpack 2019 we in association with Shanghai UPG Group have closed five deals – for fully automatic paper bag making machine – with customers based in Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai and Kolkata with installation expected to start from this month,” says Raghuram K V, Director R J Resolutions. “We also have a fully automatic Roll-To-Bag making machine with automatic handle pasting project coming in Kolkata the first in the eastern India.”
Commenting on PrintPack, he says, “It was an excellent exhibition and was a very professionally executed show in the modern times.”
He was pretty impressed by the visitors looking for new solutions. “Though 6 days was too long period for the exhibition, we saw eager visitors even on the last day of the show, which shows people were regularly visiting throughout the show’s entire duration,” says Raghuram.
Being a regular exhibitor at PrintPack since 1998, Raghuram feels the show has greatly improved each successive show·
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