Autoprint Machinery Manufacturers (P) Ltd., was founded in the year 1992 by C.N Ashok a chartered accountant and K.G Suresh an engineer from IIT Madras.
Autoprint was built with a vision of providing affordable technological solutions to the printing industry of India. Today the company offers a range of products starting from Rs.1,00,000 to Rs.1 crore and is exporting to over 52 countries.
The Company by far is one of the most valuable capital equipment manufacturers from the city of Coimbatore with an installation base of over 12500 printing, packaging and allied machinery within a matter of 25 years. Autoprint is now a reputed and reliable Indian brand both in India and across the world.
When the need for diversification arose, the first choice was a foray into the ever green and growing Agricultural Sector of India. In line with providing affordable solutions, this time to the Agricultural Industry of India, Autoprint Agri Automation was founded in the year 2015 by the same duo along with Mr. Balasubramaniam ex- General Manager (HR) from HMT and currently Autoprint’s Director-Operations.
The company has collaborated with an Italian Company Barberi SEP, Italy, a company that has been in existence for over 40 years and has a turnover of over 400 crores per Annum.
Autoprint Agri Automation currently offers 3 successful reliable products to the small farmers with less than 15 acres of land, backed up by training and after sales service at affordable prices. With over 500 installations in India and exports to Sri Lanka the company is growing faster than ever before.
Autoprint has the distinction of pioneering the manufacture of sophisticated engineering products providing solutions to problem through innovation and quality.
The saga of Autoprint is that of visionary thinking, continuous efforts and innovative ideas. With a modest beginning in the printing industry, and after 2 decades having created a major impact in empowering the printing sector with world class products at affordable prices, Autoprint today has ventured into the agricultural field to drive the automation in the Indian agricultural industry.
As a first step, Autoprint, in collaboration with S.E.P. Italy has introduced a series of soil preparation machines for the Indian farmers.