Prefect Packaging grown from a signage major to a fully versatile packaging company

Over the last two decades, Vasai-based Prefect Packaging has been spotlighted distinctively in the world of printed packaging materials. This company known for its complete signage house is now grown to a fully versatile packaging firm. Also, unique about this packaging major is its adoption of Heidelberg Varimatrix C105 die-cutter, first-of-its-kind machine in Maharashtra. Print & Publishing further finds out the attributes and activities of this packaging major which frequently hit the headlines. Core competency and expertise of Prefect Packaging lie in manufacturing folding cartons, labels, leaflets and catch covers. And the company’s regular updates in its state-of-the-art production setup always ensured that they keep pace with the changing market dynamics and client aspirations. Of course, the historic adoption of Heidelberg Varimatrix C105 has gained the newest acceleration to produce groundbreaking outputs using the ultramodern machinery.

Jumbo facility

Jamal Agwan poses along Heidelberg Varimatrix die cutter.Infrastructure of Prefect Packaging where equipped a large portfolio of Heidelberg SpeedMaster 102 (5 colour, 28x40”); Heidelberg SpeedMaster (4 colour, 20x28”); Heidelberg SORD (2 colour, 25x 36”); and Heidelberg SORD (1 colour, 25x36”) is backed by a host of post-press equipments which include the Heidelberg Varimatrix C105 automatic die cutter, Bobst folder gluer, two Polar Programmatic cutters, two gloss/matt laminators, Yeshal window patching machine, Heidelberg coater for aqueous varnishes, multiple embossing machines and Pratham Superfold outsert systems. Prefect Packaging signifies the fact that post-printing is as important as printing itself, which is why acquiring the host of world-class post-press equipments.

Heidelberg Varimatrix C105 at Prefect Packaging is capable to punch sheet format upto 29.53 x 41.34” with maximum cutting pressure of 300t/3.0 mn (6,613.86 pounds) in the speed of 7,500 sheets/hr. This machine is acclaimed for its special features like double-sheet detection, sheet-retarding device, adjustable air blower, flexible air assistance for guiding the piles laterally, etc. So far, Prefect Packaging has die cut more than five million sheets on this machine. Clientele of the company which pre-dominantly comprise all leading pharmaceutical companies is listed as GlaxoSmithKline, Ipca Laboratories, Glenmark, Macleods, Sandoz, Stiefel, Laboratories Griffon, Franco, Swiss Garnier Life Sciences, Biddle Sawyer and DKT.

Prefect establishment

Jamal Agwan, managing director, Prefect Packaging is an experienced and renowned stalwart in the region’s printing industry. He has also been quite instrumental in creating the leading indoor and outdoor graphic major Vijas Digital headed by his younger brother Altaf Agwan. Vijas Digital serves most of the leading MNCs as well as corporate and advertising companies across the country. “Our ‘customer first’ approach has been the key to our continuous growth and goodwill,” conveyed Jamal.

Prefect Packaging is not only known for adoption of ultramodern machineries but also for a backup by a highly skilled team with years of dedicated service in various printing fields. “We believe that with the constant up-gradations of technology and quality we can timely deliver not only the best but also at very competitive rates,” mentioned Jamal.

Mission with a vision

It has been witnessed that Prefect Packaging attained a new height of 200 percent growth over the last three years, earning the respect and confidence of customers. “This wouldn’t have been possible without the help of our highly qualified and professional team in production, quality assurance, marketing and finance,” remarked Jamal.

Prefect Packaging has a vision to become one of the leading packaging solutions providers in the country. “And we have realised that the only way to attain our goal is by consistently offering affordable, reliable and innovative packaging solutions to our customers and thrive to be their ‘preferred supplier’,” concluded Jamal.

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