The HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press promises high quality, high productivity, cost-saving efficiencies, furthering the shift from analog to digital.
"The packaging market is changing, and converters are recognizing HP Indigo digital printing technology as a viable solution to add value through brand differentiation, faster time to market, cost reduction and increased environmental sustainability," said Alon Bar-Shany, general manager, Indigo division, HP. "With the HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press, our customers will be able to gain supply chain efficiencies for short-to-medium runs and address the growing need for serialized and personalized campaigns to enhance relationships between brands and consumers. The HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press positions customers to capture new folding carton business and additional market share with high-value applications using white ink and the ability to print on metalized board and synthetics."
Companies that have purchased the HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press include:
- Nosco Inc., a Waukegan, Illinois-based print provider, which is investing in a second HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press to add capacity, reduce lead times and save money on short-run jobs.
- Hucais Printing International Co. Limited, which purchased the first three HP Indigo 30000 Digital Presses in China to expand packaging innovation.
- Farmografica, which purchased the first HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press in Argentina, and will use the HP Indigo 30000 to expand into the digital market for the first time.
- B2Pack, a Spain-based company with 30 years of printing history, which purchased the first HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press with Corona in Europe to print on plastics
- colordruck W. Mack GmbH & Co. KG from Baiersbronn Banks, which purchased an HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press to address demand for short-run packaging.