PPD&G, a US provider of creative promotional brand products, specializing in printing, packaging, displays, and gifts, has upgraded its digital print capabilities with two new high-performance HP Indigo 6900 digital presses to deliver a wider range of customized products.
The New York-headquartered PPD&G serves leading global retail and cosmetic brands demanding high color and print quality.
The two new HP Indigo 6900 presses were installed as part of an upgrade of digital equipment alongside HP Latex R2000 printers to boost visual impact for its display products, especially for the cosmetics industry.
“Our creative product offerings are driven by a portfolio of manufacturing technology that makes anything possible for our customers, including supplying unique items that are hard to source,” said Jonathan Rovner, president, PPD&G.
The new HP Indigo presses were installed last month at PPD&G’s site in Hauppauge, Long Island, where the company is focused on custom-made, promotional product wholesale manufacturing.
PPD&G is also expanding digital printing on flexible materials for form fill and seal sachets.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, PPD&G has stayed open and doubled up efforts to produce custom fabric masks, packaging for intubation kits for hospitals, in addition to labels for millions of bottles of hand sanitizer.
To manufacture its products, PPD&G combines HP digital printing technology with die-cutting, mounting, various forms of decorating, including hot stamping, embossing, screen printing, pad printing, acrylic, and metal fabrication, and dye-sublimation on fabrics.
PPD&G began with an HP large-format industrial printing, grew its digital print business and capabilities with the HP Latex 1500 roll to roll printer, and more recently with two HP Latex R2000 hybrid flatbed printers. The new R Series Latex printers enable PPD&G to achieve offset quality and an expanded color gamut while preserving the natural qualities of materials thanks to HP Latex water-based inks.
Two HP Indigo WS4500 digital presses were replaced with the HP Indigo 6900 solution.