ETI Converting Join Hands With Weldon Celloplast

In a recent development ETI Converting appointed Weldon Celloplast as its exclusive agents in India, Srilanka, Nepal and Bangladesh. The association is made to bring to the Indian label printers the new and path breaking technologies to the Indian label industry.

Weldon Celloplast Ltd. has been in the forefront of the Indian narrow web label industry. In words of Pawandeep Sahni, Director, Weldon, “We endeavor and work hard to empower the Indian label printers and more so in current times when the label industry is becoming more and more competitive. The label printers are in a constant need to find ways to become more profitable.”

“We try to bring to their doorstep, technologies that will restore their depleting profir margins. This will also help the industry to be healthy and indulgent in capacity enhancement as also to remain in the growth mode,” he added.

Weldon Celloplast, was founded by the present Managing Director, Harveer Sahni to produce silicone release liners, self adhesive labelstocks, tamper evident label materials, tapes etc. They are now total solution providers to the label printers offering materials, consumables and equipments to the industry. They represent some of the leading providers to the self adhesive label industry for sales into India and surrounding countries.

Canada based ETI Converting, lead by Chairman and CEO Francois Bayzelon, is one of the leadesr in the machine manufacturing for the label industry. ETI is the first to offer a patented technology of in-line silicone and adhesive coating for label printers. The patented technology behind the Cohesio and labeline equipment creates market opportunities and competitive advantages for its users. Their technology offers 30-70% savings on pressure sensitive material costs and a more efficient production process that allows printers to produce unique labels. Advantages offered by ETI converting include impressive water reduction while producing the self-adhesive labelstock after printing in line.

As for the in-line silicone coating process Silicoat, it is perfectly suited to siliconize glassine, PET or any other type of material. It is very compact and equipped with ETI UV curing system in nitrogen chamber. Silicoat can be used for laboratory or for in-house production.

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