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Premium online print provider installs seventh unit, operating largest HP Indigo HD fleet in U.S.
A new incremental, $100 million order of 24 HP Indigo 20000 digital presses is the largest packaging deal to date for HP.
The Canadian company installed the first unit at the Friesens book printing facility and will install the second press in late 2020.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Sentinel Printing will cease operations in December; Range Printing and Spectrum Marketing Services will merge; Arkay Packaging ordered a Heidelberg Primefire 106; and Mark Michelson and Peter Schaefer talk about Glen Taylor's return to CEO.
The company decided to add the press to manage the upsurge in demand for digitally printed products, its print volume growing by 25%.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson sat down with Peter Schaefer to talk about the unexpected failed Quad/LSC merger; RPI has acquired assets of SoftPrint Holdings’; and Fort Dearborn has made a multimillion dollar investment in HP Indigo presses.
The multimillion-dollar purchase of five new HP Indigo labels and packaging presses more than doubles its digital printing capacity.
The new solutions feature the HP Indigo 8000, a turn-key pouch, profitable print applications, and stand-out digital embellishments.
HP’s Indigo 12000 HD system is increasingly being used for applications such as professional and wedding photo prints. The system’s high-definition writing head doubles print resolution and outperforms the quality of most offset printing. PRINTING United Booth 6407.
HP announced growing adoption of HP Indigo 12000 HD digital printing technology, with more than 100 presses chosen by PSPs worldwide.