Growing interest in customization, regionalization are leading to shorter runs in the corrugated segment.
David Savastano, Editor12.06.18
Digital printing brings numerous advantages, including the ability to customize and regionalize products. This is seen in markets as diverse as wide format to direct mail. While corrugated printing has typically been used for more high volume products, inkjet is playing a growing role.
With that in mind, some leading digital press manufacturers invested in the corrugated market years ago, and they report that the move has been a good one.
“With PageWide technology, there are virtually no limits to the addressable corrugated packaging and display applications. With zero UV-reactive chemistries in our water-based PageWide inks, converters can address a wider range of food, beverage, and sensitive applications” said Dave Prezzano, VP and GM of HP’s Americas Graphics Solutions. “With no odor in these inks, the addressable range of sensitive packaging applications extends from pharmaceuticals,
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