Vedic is a distributor of food and pharmaceutical packaging and will be supporting Kliklok, now part of the Bosch Group, in the Indian market with installation, sales and marketing as well as local customer aftercare and line maintenance.
Last year Vedic supported Kliklok in the sale of two fully automatic endload cartoning lines to “Everest Spice”, India’s largest-selling spice brand. The installation saw the endload cartoners pack for different size bags of aromatic spice mix at an impressive 330 cartons per minute. The new fully automatic integrated system has provided Everest with two highly efficient packaging lines, supporting its growth plans.
Nirav Sampat, managing director, Vedic Pac Systems, said: “In a country where the labour force is erratic and reliability of labour, or lack therefore, is a key issue effecting the processing and packaging industry, manufacturers are increasingly looking to machinery manufacturers for a solution. Today, there is a growing demand in not only the traditional sectors such as spices, rice and pulses, but also emerging markets such as bakery and confectionery. As a result, Indian businesses need reliable and high speed production and processing machinery. Kliklok machinery does just that and as many companies in India are looking to invest in automated production lines, we’re confident our partnership will flourish.”
Simon Taylor, commercial director, Kliklok, said: “The partnership with Vedic Pac Systems has been a great success so far and we’re delighted to be working with such a knowledgeable and well-respected company. Having an additional partner company on the ground in India, enables us to more efficiently deliver our solutions to manufacturers in the region, ensuring local support is available during installation and for after sales care and support on the spot. The company’s experience in the Indian market is invaluable and we’ve learnt a lot from the team in the short time we’ve been working together.”
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