Ploughing back the fruits of this success and in an effort to create wealth for his startup venture, he bought the very plot of land on main Vikas Marg in East Delhi, where they were on rent at that time. There is an interesting story about this property acquisition. This property was in two parts a 225 square yards area that was in possession of Jandu’s and another 25 square yards. Due to financial constraints Baldev bought the 225 square yards for Rs.8.00 lakhs leaving the 25 yards to be acquired at a later date when comfortable. Six years later they bought the remaining 25 yards at a price of Rs.14.00 lakhs! This price for 25 square yards was 50% more than the price of 225 square yards earlier. Today the whole plot is worth over Rs.10.00 Crores. In 1984 a year after I personally struck friendship with Baldev Singh, he expanded his product range to include Gravure presses, Sheeters and Slitters upto 100 inches width. During the same year he came in contact with the late Hari Gupta of HP Labellette Pvt. Ltd. one of the earliest entrants into self adhesive labelstock manufacturing with his 500mm Japanese coater. Hari Gupta took an instant liking for Baldev Singh due to his simplicity and eagerness to take up challenging assignments. He was instrumental for changing course for Jandu Engineers. He placed an order for a coater/laminator to produce silicone release paper and self adhesive labelstocks. He also provided drawings and catalogues of his Japanese coater to help Baldev Singh build the equipment. This first coater made by Jandu was his formal entry into the mainstream self adhesive label industry.