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HP Inc. Completes Installation of 300+ Indigo Presses Purchased at drupa 2016 Worldwide

Print service providers capitalize on HP investments to expand their businesses

September 26, 2016

ORLANDO, Fla., Sept. 25, 2016 – Today at Graph Expo 2016, HP announced that it is fulfilling its robust order pipeline from drupa 2016, delivering more than 300 industry-leading HP Indigo digital presses(1) to customer sites worldwide.

Major HP Indigo customer deals closed at drupa have been completed, with new presses now in full production, reinforcing HP’s robust manufacturing capabilities to deliver proven technology on schedule to meet the quality specifications of the most demanding production environments. Of note, customers across the globe, including Shutterfly, Cimpress, MonAlbumPhoto, Pureprint, Precision Printing, Rotolito Lombarda, Truyol and Pageworks, are now taking full advantage of the quality and productivity breakthroughs enabled by the flagship HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press to address holiday peak season demand. 

"As an HP customer for more than 10 years with the highest confidence in HP Indigo technology, we replaced our half-size traditional offset press with the B2-format HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press," said Dan Goris, president, Pageworks. "Since the installation in July, we’ve more than doubled the number of jobs we produce per shift and anticipate our productivity to increase even further, enabled by automated color management and the on-press Optimizer, which prioritizes our job queue for non-stop printing."

HP Indigo 7900 and 5900 Digital Press customers, including Millet the Printer and Duggal Visual Solutions, respectively, are capitalizing on the presses’ step-function enhancements in quality, productivity and application versatility. These benefits enable customers to gain competitive advantage and wow end customers with faster turnaround times and impeccable, one-of-a-kind general commercial printing applications.

"For more than 80 years, staying on the cutting edge of printing technology has been critical to how Millet the Printer anticipates our customers’ needs and adapts to changing markets," said Dan Millet, vice president, Millet the Printer. "The HP Indigo 7900 Digital Press has performed flawlessly since its July installation, and its speed, print quality and substrate versatility have allowed us to pursue new application opportunities on substrates that were previously unavailable to us. We are very impressed with HP Indigo’s superior support and commitment to innovating for and with us." 

HP Indigo customers are also leveraging PrintOS to simplify and automate print production management across their existing fleets and with the new HP Indigo 12000, 7900 and 5900 Digital Presses.

HP Financial Services can help customers accelerate growth and productivity through a flexible investment strategy. This enables customers to acquire new HP digital print technology on terms that work for their business.(2)

More information about the latest HP Indigo digital printing solutions is available at Follow HP at Graph Expo on FacebookTwitterYouTube and LinkedIn and by using #GraphExpo.

  1. More than 300 HP Indigo digital presses, including series 2, series 3 and series 4, purchased at drupa 2016 have been installed worldwide. Specifically, 100 of those installations are of series 4 HP Indigo digital presses, including HP Indigo 10000, 12000, 20000  and  30000 Digital Presses.
  2. Financing and service offerings available through Hewlett-Packard Financial Services Company and its subsidiaries and affiliates (collectively HPFSC) in certain countries and is subject to credit approval and execution of standard HPFSC documentation. Rates and terms are based on customer’s credit rating, offering types, services and/or equipment type and options. Not all customers may qualify. Not all services or offers are available in all countries. Other restrictions may apply. HPFSC reserves the right to change or cancel this program at any time without notice.

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Cherie Britt, HP
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