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Rajoo Engineers reaffirms its presence in the global market at K 2022

Apr 13, 2023

A stupendous response expected at the expo

Rajkot-based Rajoo Engineers is using the upcoming K 2022 show in Dusseldorf to reaffirm its presence in the global market and showcase the latest technologies developed in the last couple of years, Sunil Jain, president of Rajoo Engineers, told Packaging South Asia.

The company is not demonstrating any machine at the expo but is talking extensively about its bouquet of products in Hall 16, Stand D 40. "For visitors at our stand, it will be an experience beyond comprehension. Our complete product portfolio will be presented through multiple immersive experiences that will foster excitement and offer better scope for building an impactful relationship with the visitors," Jain said.

Rajoo is looking forward to welcoming processors from all around the world. Jain said that this would allow the company to network with its existing customers and meet new prospects. The company plans to inform potential customers about its latest developments and what they can expect from Rajoo in the future.

"We expect a stupendous response at the show from all over the world. Visitors from India would either be less in number or may be present for less number of days due to Diwali – the Hindu New Year right in the middle of the show," Jain said.

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