Emirates Trans Graphics L.L.C. (Part of Ali Alhashemi Group), a graphics arts equipment and consumables supplier in Dubai participated at Gulf Print and Pack 2015 where they showcased various revolutionary products of their partners.
Talking about their participation in Gulf Print & Pack 2015, Mr. G. Jayaprakash (GM – Sales & Marketing) commented, “We have been participating in the Gulf Print & Pack since many years and it has always been a vital show for us”. We have showcased many of our partner’s products such as MGI Digital Technology, Duplo Finishing Solutions, Screen Plate rite, Xante Digital Printers, Komori, Gidue, etc. MGI’s Jet Varnish 3D (Inkjet Spot UV Coater with New 3D raised effects) and iFiol (Inline Embossing & Hot foil Stamping) was the attraction of the show.
Emirates Trans Graphics (ETG) launched the first MGI Jet Varnish 3D + iFiol of this region and it was sold to M/s. Emirates Printing Press L.L.C.(Al Shirawi Group) Dubai along with Plate Rite HD8900Z from Screen Graphic and Precision Solution. Besides, ETG also confirmed Gidue’s MX line narrow flexo web press for M/s. Sigma Middle East Label Industries Ajman. One fully automatics Akurai MS – 102 screen printing machine with Natagraph Dryer was confirmed by M/s.Power Print L.L.C. Many other products exhibited were also sold during the four day event.
Mr. G. Jayaprakash further added, “During the show we were able to see visitors from all over the region and our stand had a very good footfall. Most of the visitors in this year’s event seem to be promising and they came to buy products that makes this show prominent in the region.
We have utilized this show in all aspects like seeing our existing clients, meeting the new clients, understanding their technical requirements and finally show our existence to all by conducting live machine demos. We had a special offer price for Gulf Print & Pack on all our product range and still continuing the same. Overall, the show went very well for us. We are happy with the organizer’s promotions and visitors due to which we were able to sell almost all of our products.”