HP Inkjet Web Presses Produced 1.46 Billion Pages in 2010

PALO ALTO, CA—Jan. 31, 2011—HP Inkjet Web presses produced 1.46 billion letter-size pages in the 2010 calendar year, printing for some of the world’s leading book manufacturing, print fulfillment and commercial printing businesses.

“Last year, HP Inkjet Web Presses set new, record levels for productivity, exceeding our expectations with flying colors,” said Aurelio Maruggi, vice president and general manager, Inkjet High-speed Production Solutions, HP. “With more than 20 presses installed worldwide and new installations underway, a growing number of progressive companies are seeing the extraordinary value HP Inkjet Web Press technology offers.”

One of the top producers was Los Angeles-based O’Neil Data Systems, which uses HP T200, T300 and T350 Inkjet Web presses to produce a range of transactional and health care documents for clients in the insurance, financial publishing and other industries. During the the October through January insurance industry open season, its HP T350 produced a single-day peak volume of 2.69 million pages. And, during the month of December, the press printed, on average, 1.61 million pages a day across 30 production days in the month.

For the company’s three HP Inkjet Web presses combined, single-day peak volume during open season reached over 6 million pages.

More information about HP Inkjet Web presses is available at www.hp.com/go/inkjetwebpress and through the HP Graphic Arts Twitter feed.

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Source: Company press release.

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