Sanraj Polyprinters invests in a W&H blown film line

Sanraj Polyprinters LLP is elevating industry standards with its adoption of the W&H Varex II blown film line, marking a leap forward in technological innovation.

29 Feb 2024 | By Abhay Avadhani

The investment in the W&H Varex II blown film line aims to maintain a competitive edge and uphold its mission of delivering superior quality solutions

Sanraj has a raft of rotogravure presses, each capable of printing up to eight colours. In addition to the presses, Sanraj has two high-speed PE extrusion lamination machines and one PP extrusion lamination machine.

Before the acquisition of this blown film line, Jayesh Kansagra, CEO of Sanraj Polyprinters, had told the WhatPackaging? team, “We want to ensure superior quality lamination, which the company has invested in high-speed solventless laminators and one solvent-based laminator with an offline registered cold seal application facility.”

The company, renowned for its ISO 22000 and BRCGS-certified quality and commitment to sustainability, aims to redefine packaging solutions while prioritising product integrity and environmental responsibility.

With an annual capacity of 15,000 MT, Sanraj Polyprinters is dedicated to surpassing client expectations through sustainable packaging options. The company’s recent investment in the W&H Varex II blown film line aims to maintain a competitive edge and uphold its mission of delivering superior quality solutions.

The machine is celebrated for its productivity, flexibility, and sustainability, offering film quality and high output rates. The integration of W&H’s Easy2Change module further enhances its capabilities, streamlining product changeovers and ensuring reproducible high film quality.

According to Kansagra, the decision to adopt the W&H Varex II machine signifies a commitment to enhancing customer service and aligning with sustainable practices.

Overall, Sanraj Polyprinters' investment in the blown film line represents not only a technological advancement but also a strategic initiative to lead the industry in excellence and sustainability.

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