Perfect Scan opens new facility in Indore
By Smita Sinha | June 20, 2019
The new unit, spread across 20,000 sqft, is expected to help drive the soft signage and POP material making business.
Indore-based print service provider Perfect Scan has recently opened a new manufacturing unit in Indore spanning across 20,000 sqft. The 31-year-old company specialises in digital printing, soft signages, POP material and textile printing.
Taking to Retail4Growth, Nitin Gami, Managing Director, Perfect Scan said, “We had a smaller unit of 9000 sqft area in Indore which we had shut down and shifted to a much bigger space to grow our soft signage and POP material making business. We had to shut down the smaller unit because of lack of space which was becoming a problem for our soft signage, textile printing and POP making business. Printing and executing the final product properly was becoming difficult. This new unit will help us in delivering products as fast as possible.”
Perfect Scan has also installed a Skyjet UV Back to Back printer in its new unit. “We bought Skyjet UV machine for cloth printing. Since flexes are getting banned in states like Bangalore, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh, we thought of moving into cloth printing. I feel cloth printing is the future. We have clients like Asia Paints who are 100% cloth banners. There is a future in cloth printing. Skyjet can print on both the sides of cloth,“ Gami said.
Beside Skyjet UV machine, Perfect Scan Indore unit is equipped with large format machines like HP XI jet, HP Latex, Konica eco-solvent printers, Roland Spectra solvent printers and two machines for cut-sheet digital printing. For finishing the company router and laser cutting machine.
Perfect Scan is part of the Perfect Group which started in 1988 as a trading company for graphic art printing consumables. In 1995, Perfect Scan started a processing house with an imagesetter and scanner. In 1999, it ventured into print business. Besides Indore, Perfect also has a unit in Ahmedabad and Vadodara.
The firms provides solutions to clients like Asian Paints, Airtel, Reliance Jio, Big Bazaar, Pantaloons, Hitachi, among others apart.
The new unit, spread across 7000 sqft, will be used to produce prints, signage and displays.