The company based in the south of India chose A.Celli Nonwovens for the supply of a new medical spunmelt treatment line, rewinders and an automated packaging system for their Bangalore based greenfield plant.
A.Celli is pleased to welcome Manjushree Spntek Pvt. Ltd. among its customers thanks to the signing of contract for the delivery of the latest state-of-the-art solutions dedicated to spunmelt nonwovens treatment, slitting and automated reel packaging.
Manjushree Spntek acquired a complete turnkey line for the treatment of nonwoven dedicated to the medical industry, including a non-stop shafted unwind stand and an E-WIND® STREAM IN-LINE automatic winder with in-line slitting. All this combined with an A.Celli E-WIND® RAPID-K rewinder and an R-WAY® automatic packaging line characterized by horizontal and vertical radial wrapping systems equipped with automatic foam application.
The medical treatment line, designed to process spunmelt fabric with a width of 3600 mm and basis weight from 20 to 80 gsm at 150 m/min, along with the other A.Celli solutions, will be delivered to the Indian plant at the end of October 2022.
Mr.Rajat Kedia, Managing Director of Manjushree Spntek, says “We made the first contact with the A.Celli Group online through their website and we were immediately interested in their lamination and medical treatment line. After an exchange of emails with one of A.Celli’s Sales Managers, we found out the best solution for our needs and did not hesitate to place such a large order over email. It is fortunate for us to have such a reliable partner for this new greenfield project and, with their immense knowledge and experience in the field of treatment and finishing, we will transform the Indian & global medical fabric market”.
MANJUSHREE SPNTEK – COMPANY PROFILE
Manjushree Spntek is a group company of Manjushree Ventures, which owned Manjushree Technopack Ltd – South Asia's largest rigid plastic packaging provider. Manjushree Technopack caters to the packaging requirements of over 300 clients in India and abroad, including brands like Coca Cola, Nestlé, Unilever, Diageo, Reckitt, Pfizer, Mondelez and more, with over $180 million in revenue and $34 million in gross earnings. In 2020, the founders sold their stake in Manjushree Technopack to Global PE, Advent Intl., exiting the business completely. This newly founded company, Manjushree Spntek, will start production in October 2022 and aims to offer high-performance nonwoven fabrics for the hygiene and medical industry.