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Delga Press installs first HP Indigo 12000 HD

With the heightened attention on plastics, printers can now seize the opportunity to move into packaging printing. Delga Press, an already established packaging print-service-provider (PSP), has invested in the HP Indigo 12000 HD digital press, which can further enhance opportunities through personalisation, variable data, and special edition work.

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Ian Conetta, managing director of Delga Press, with Graham Dove, HP Indigo district manager

Adding to its environmental credentials, the 12000 HD reduces waste as it has the ability to do shorter runs, allowing the printers to print whatever they need, when they need to. As the name states, the 12000 can print high-quality HD images which can further open doors for Delga Press in different markets.The company is the first PSP in the UK to invest in the new HP Indigo 12000 HD digital press.

Ian Conetta, managing director of Delga Press, comments: “Short-run work has always been a challenge in the printed packaging market space, and short-run work with exceptional quality has been almost impossible.

The packaging world moves incredibly quickly and our relationship with HP keeps us at the forefront

“Thanks to the HP Indigo 12000 HD, we are delighted to say this is now a thing of the past, and we are pleased to be leading the way as the first UK packaging printer to install one. The packaging world moves incredibly quickly and our relationship with HP keeps us at the forefront.” 

The 12000 HD can also run 550-micron board optimising packaging printing and can boast its ability to print on most substrates. The installation of the new press took place in early April, and Delga Press is already reaping the benefits.

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