Edale, the leading UK manufacturer of flexographic printing and converting equipment, have confirmed their attendance at
this year’s Label Expo India event held at Pragati Maiden, New Delhi from 29 October – 1 November 2012. Edale will be co-
exhibiting at the show alongside their Indian distributor Printers Supply Company (PVT) at Stand D22.
Label Expo India, held every two years, is part of the wider Label Expo series, and is the largest event for the label, product
decoration, web printing and converting industry in South Asia. 2012 see’s over 200 companies exhibiting making this one of
the biggest shows in the exhibition’s six year history – demonstrating the growth market within India and the surrounding areas.
Edale’s main objective for exhibiting is to continue building on the companies key brand messages and demonstrating
their extensive knowledge and experience in four distinct areas of operation – Flexographic Printing, Digital Printing (Inkjet
Solutions), Commercial Security (Scratch cards and RFID insertion) and Speciality Converting.
After recent installations of a fully servo driven 7 colour UV/IR Gamma scratch card line into Sprint Print and Packaging based
in Nepal, and the 5 colour UV flexo Beta machine into Uflex in India, Edale are keen to build on this momentum and increase
the awareness of their product offerings within India and the surrounding areas.
Edale have a number of presses within their product range – from standard to completely bespoke machines, and so took
the decision to exhibit without individual machines on the stand. James Boughton, Edale’s Managing Director, comments
“Although we have taken the decision not to exhibit with a press, there will be a wealth of information on the full Edale product range
available to take away from the stand as well as a wide range of product samples. For anybody interested in seeing the machines in more
depth, this can be arranged at our existing customer’s factory in India or Nepal or at the Edale Showroom in the UK”.
With a background which started primarily in developing flexographic machines ideally for the labelling industries, the past
ten years have seen Edale steadily broaden their technological capabilities, demonstrated in the new era of label printing
machines such as the FL-3, and the design of more high tech machines capable of producing prepaid scratch cards – primarily
for phone or lottery companies, and RFID-insertion machines, many of which have been custom-built and installed into
commercial security businesses over the last ten years.