Rajeswari Group opens new printing division in southern India

4 February 2014 (Last Updated February 4th, 2014 18:30)

Rajeswari Group has officially opened its new technologically advanced printing division in Tamil Nadu, India under the name 38 Hundred Labels & Prints.

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Rajeswari Group has officially opened its new technologically advanced printing division in Tamil Nadu, India under the name 38 Hundred Labels & Prints.

The new division houses the CDT 1600 PC Sprint commercial label printer from Colordyne Technologies, powered by Memjet Technology. The company says that this printer offers better-quality labels and tags at a high speed with 1600x1200 dpi resolutions.

The machine contains 70,400 nozzles integrated into four interchangeable ink delivery blades for CMYK colours. A fifth blade and print head can be also be added to the printer for spot colour capability.

Rajeswari Group's new division also houses GT 364 HSFL finishing equipment from Italy based CARTES, and the C751 PRO digital printer from RICOH.

The division also has a separate unit for hot stamping, screen printing, embossing and die-cutting and laser cutting.

Rajeswari Group managing director Ramamurthy said: "With this new technologically advanced machinery, we will strengthen our portfolio in the printing and labeling industry."

Introduction of the new printers will enable the group to perform well in catering to the needs of various industries including personal care, home care, food and confectionery, automotive, airlines, drinks and spirits, healthcare and cosmetics.


Image: Rajeswari Group's new printing division in India. Photo: courtesy of Rajeswari Group.