Pinnacle Traxim scores 40% growth with Gallus Labelmaster


Sonipat-based Pinnacle Traxim, the label printing specialist grown its business by 40% since the installation of the Gallus Labelmaster 440 narrow-web flexo printing press in January 2022. The current setup of Pinnacle Traxim specializes in label and sleeves supply for FMCG, chemical, cosmetics, liquor, pharmaceutical, and Alcobev markets.

The workhorse…

Lalit Kumar Gulati, Managing Director at Pinnacle Traxim, started the business with Surendra Kumar Juneja in 2008. Adding a comment on the investment, Lalit Kumar Gulati said, “Gallus Labelmaster is the first-in-class flexo press concerning quality , production capacity and capabilities. The Labelmaster features include, operator-friendly platform, multiple converting options like rotary screen, dual cure drying systems, auto registration, and other customized options. Stable print registration at the speed of 150-m/min, with high-quality printing. However, the Labelmaster can print a maximum speed of up to 200 m/min.”

The Labelmaster 440 helps for minimum substrate wastage, thanks to the short web path of 1.4 m between printing units. with a printing speed of up to 200 m/min, the Labelmaster can handle a wide choice of substrates ranging from 15-micron mono film to 450 microns of complex material such as tube laminates, and the credit goes to the integrated direct servo-driven printing cylinders and cool impression cylinder keeping perfect grip to the material during print production. The precise and stable print register accuracy across all printing speeds with a combination of printing possibilities and converting processes at any position makes the press of perfect choice and a key differentiator in the market.

The impact…

Ferdinand Rüesch, Senior Vice President, Global Key Accounts Gallus Ferd. Rüesch AG, on his recent visit to India, spoke about his experience of visiting Pinnacle’s unit. He said, “I am happy to see the enthusiasm of the press operators and their cheerfulness. It has been 11 months since Pinnacle has been operating the Labelmaster press. Congratulations to team Gallus and Heidelberg for a new family member. Gallus has put together a lot of ideas in the R&D segment of the press to make the life of the press operator easy with faster setup times and waste reduction.”

While, Samir Patkar, President at Heidelberg India, commented, “It’s important to scale up in the packaging industry and with the Labelmaster, Pinnacle will get the push. As the utilization of the Labelmaster press goes up with Higher OEE (overall equipment efficiency), the cost of production gets reduced due to the technology behind the faster setup, lesser wastage, and minimal operator intervention. It was enthralling to see jobs printed on the Labelmaster from 12-micron films to shrink sleeves, tube laminates, and self-adhesive labels with the finest print quality”.

Patkar added, “The team at Pinnacle is trying flexo printing with a 250-lpi screen, and I haven’t come across it in India yet; while there are few converters completed 175 – 200-lpi. A Label converter aims for both production scale and value embellishment as it is the recipe for success, we wish, ‘Pinnacle’ – a great journey with Gallus Labelmaster in fulfilling their dreams and many more Gallus presses to adorn the shopfloor.”

What’s more?

The Gallus Labelmaster is not just impressive with its flexibility in perfection but also beautifies with its performance in production. An optimized ink chamber ensures perfect ink transfer to anilox rollers with minimal splashing and reduced foaming.

Sandeep Juneja, Plant Head at Pinnacle Traxim, said, “Gallus Labelmaster is suitable for short and long runs, and we handle diverse clients from Food to Alcobev, Labels to flexible packaging, and the quality and sturdiness of the press is unmatched. We explored other presses, but the quality and productivity are exceptional with Gallus. We had been planning to purchase the Gallus press for a long time, and it is like a dream come true now”

In coming years, Pinnacle plans to setup a new plant at Baddi, Himachal Pradesh. Today the company is growing at a CAGR of 15%-20% and working for a better tomorrow.

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