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  • 20 Sep 2018

Turner Labels moves into digital with HP Indigo 6900

The label converter recently completed installation of the HP Indigo 6900 at its greater Lexington site to deliver digitally printed shrink sleeves, high-quality wine and spirit labels and security features for its clientele that includes leading brands in the US

Kentucky-based Turner Labels is launching digital printing services with the installation of an HP Indigo 6900 digital press.

The label converter recently completed installation of the HP Indigo 6900 at its Lexington site to deliver digitally printed shrink sleeves, high-quality wine and spirit labels and security features for its clientele that includes leading brands in the US.

In business for 51 years, Turner Labels is a family-owned and operated company founded by Bob Turner.  The second generation of company leadership, CEO Stephen Turner, decided to make the move into digital to pave the way to the future.

He explained: ‘Turner Labels installed the HP Indigo digital press to stay relevant in the marketplace and secure the future of the company by becoming a leader in market segments. The press will also allow us to launch new security options and keep up with the changing demands of customers.  This gives us an opportunity to expand into markets more quickly and take on jobs that would not have been cost efficient in the past.

‘The Indigo 6900 is a new, exciting way for us to stay competitive and drive business by leveraging the latest technology in the printing industry.’

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