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  • 09 Jun 2016

HP Indigo details further success with 8000 digital press

The HP Indigo 8000 digital press platform features two WS6800 engines in-line

HP Indigo has claimed ‘tremendous market acceptance’ of its new 8000 digital press, with multiple early adopters lined up and plans to bolster its manufacturing capacity to fulfill its customer order pipeline.

The HP Indigo 8000 digital press, as fully detailed here, has a top production speed of 80m/min (262ft/min).

L&L has previously revealed Rako and StrongPoint Labels as the first customers for the press, with HP Indigo confirming that Century Label in the US, Italy’s Eurostampa, Harkwell Labels in the UK and Denmark’s MegaFlex as other early adopters.

‘To stay competitive and respond to market challenges, high-volume label converters need the right combination of speed, print quality and production flexibility,’ said Alon Bar-Shany, general manager of HP Indigo. ‘With the HP Indigo 8000 digital press, our customers are able to leverage proven HP Indigo print quality, doubled speed and sophisticated automation to meet strict brand standards, optimize supply chains and produce mass customization for sales-boosting campaigns.’


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