Jefferies Metal Stickers goes global
06 August 2020: Enthused by response at trade fair participation now plans to roll out a multi-color printed metal sticker. Anil Jafry, Director of Vasai based Jefferies Metal Stickers, manufacturer of metal stickers and metal stickers electroforming plant, was in the limelight recently at a trade fair in Mumbai. His company had displayed a wide range of metal stickers at the expo and attracted an unprecedented visitors flow. The trade visitors wanted to know the tricks of intricately made yet unique gold plated (24 carat) metal stickers, silver metal stickers and chrome finished metal stickers and its applications.
“These stickers can be fixed onto wedding cards, packaging, luxury items, business cards, gift items, household items, any other items for branding as well as decoration (value addition) purpose. It has adhesive on the base. We can make stickers of any design, shape, font, size on metal. Customers have to just send us CDR or high resolution PDF art file and we can print upto A4 size,” says Anil Jafry who also supply metal sticker making complete plant as well.
“Soon we are planning to go in for automation by purchasing a screen printing machine to imprint colors on metal stickers at our 2,600 sq. ft. plant in Vasai and we will roll out a multi-color printed metal sticker which will be new concept,” says Jafry a chemical engineer who had worked in UK before starting the metal sticker plant 7 years ago. Besides customers all over India, the company has exports metal stickers and sticker making plant to Russia, Kuwait, Ajerbaijan, UAE, Africa, Brazil, Europe, etc. with 50% revenue coming from exports.
Commenting on the overwhelming response to their stall at Media Expo, Anil Jafry shared that it was their first exposure at such a forum and it was indeed heartwarming to witness so many business visitors clustered around their stall. “We see a good scope for our offerings in the market and this immensely successful debut participation has made us even more positive about the future growth potential,” he declared.