Udaipur’s Miraj installs Heidelberg CX 102 UV combi press

Udaipur-based Miraj Multicolour has put in a Heidelberg Speedmaster CX 102 7+Lx3 UV combi printing press at its 300,000-sqft print manufacturing facility. That is the corporate’s fourth Heidelberg press within the final twenty years, with three machines coming within the final seven years.

Miraj Multicolour was established in 2001 by Madan Paliwal, chairman of Miraj Group, with the core concept to supply high quality printed merchandise to various segments like paperboard packaging for meals, FMCG, liner cartons, metPET cartons, and industrial printed merchandise with their its companies.

Immediately, Miraj serves as a printing home with printing and packaging options from pre-press to post-press, with the manufacturing capability of 20 to 25 million cartons per day and train e-book capability of three.50 lakh per day.

KG Sharma, director, Miraj Multicolour, who’s with group since 2001, stated, “We have been outsourcing our jobs although our plant was operational with 100% capability. So, we determined so as to add one other machine with larger functionality. Heidelberg has been our most popular accomplice since our institution in 2001. Heidelberg is a extremely dependable accomplice in our development, and we’re getting glorious after-sales companies from its workforce in India.”

Sharma famous that below the management and imaginative and prescient of the Group chairman Madan Paliwal, the corporate is on the expansion monitor. “The second technology of the household owned enterprise, vice-chairman Mantra Raj Paliwal, expedited our decision-making course of and we may finalise the machine rapidly,” he stated.

Sharma added, “The CX 102 combi press can course of substrates from light-weight paper, labels to inflexible board at a most pace of 16,500-sheets per hour, 50% decrease makeready time with autoplate, distant connection for evaluation and gives an especially operator-friendly course of. With glorious help from Heidelberg service workforce, the set up commenced on time even throughout the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.”

The UV system is provided by IST. The brand new press provides the aptitude to course of UV jobs, and other than the present shoppers, the corporate will focus subsequent on the liquor trade. With the addition of this press, the corporate will now have 21 Heidelberg printing items of 28×40-inch and its capability will likely be elevated by 30%. It consumes round 1,500 printing plates per 30 days.

Miraj Multicolour converts round 2,000 tons of paper, board and kraft per 30 days with a workforce of greater than 400 in 24x7x365 operation. Sharma stated the corporate is rising at a CAGR of 20%.

Peter Rego, enterprise head gross sales, Heidelberg India, stated, “We’re very excited with the brand new CX 102 set up at Miraj. Group Miraj is doing a wonderful job with the present battery of Heidelberg presses, and with the brand new CX 102, we’re positive Miraj will obtain new heights, which is ably headed by KG Sharma below the steering of Paliwal. We’re proud to be their companions over the past 20 years.”

Together with the brand new press, the corporate has additionally ordered Novacut 106E model 3.0 die-cutter and Ambition 106 A2 folder-gluer from Bobst. “Proper now, we now have 4 die-cutting machines from Bobst and Eterna and three folder-gluers from Bobst. The brand new folder-gluer is supplied with a useful pack. Bobst is the right answer to fulfill elevated capability by including a brand new printing press,” Sharma stated.

A couple of months again, the corporate additionally opted for a totally computerized lamination machine from Zhongke India. Additionally, it finalised N & B flute machines with high-speed flute laminators. Presently, the corporate has E-flute line with flute laminators.

Within the final three years, the corporate has invested greater than Rs 30-crore in equipment and enlargement, Sharma concluded.

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