At Knitech, 2019 in Tirupur, the 14 years old company, Cheran Machine India Pvt. Ltd. from Coimbatore exhibited latest machines for label printing, cutting, digital printing and many more.
Sudhir Nair, CEO, Cheran machines while informing about the displayed machinery exhibited said, “We are competing with our own existing machines to create new ones that need lesser manpower and have higher machinery value. We have introduced this machine and people are accepting it well. It is a label attachment machine. The manufacturers can attain many benefits and the main objective is to attain accuracy as desired.”
Talking about other machines on display, he added, “There are digital printing machines as well. I wouldn’t say embroidery is dying but digital printing is growing and will continue to grow due to its efficiency. The company also displayed plotter cutter.
With pan India presence and overseas market including Bangladesh, Egypt, Madagascar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam and the Gulf region. The company is dedicated to design and develop machines for garment/ textile printing sector according to the customer’s requirements.
“We are getting good response at the exhibition. Though last year we didn’t had good market. This year, after elections the market might turn up well. The Govt. needs to focus on the industry more responsibly. The market is showing good hope”, Sudhir expressed optimistically.