ePac installs HP Indigo 200K press in Toronto

The investment adds ninth digital press across the company’s locations in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal.

ePac Flexible Packaging has expanded of its digital printing capabilities in Canada through the addition of an HP Indigo 200K digital press at its Toronto facility. The latest investment brings the total number of these presses in North America to five.

This strategic investment reinforces ePac's position as one of Canada's largest digital flexible packaging producers, now boasting a total of nine digital presses across its Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal locations.

With its existing fleet of 8 HP Indigo 25K digital presses spread throughout Canada, the inclusion of the HP Indigo 200K digital press is a testament to ePac's commitment to innovation and sustainability in flexible packaging.

This expansion enables ePac to offer print quality, efficiency and turnaround time to its customers, further supporting small and medium-sized businesses in their growth and competitiveness.

‘Our presence across the country, from Vancouver to Montreal, underscores our dedication to being close to our customers, understanding their needs, and delivering customized solutions with a quick time to market,’ said George Boustani, managing director for ePac Canada. ‘The addition of the HP Indigo 200K to our Toronto plant allows us to scale our operations and continue providing eco-friendly, high-quality packaging solutions that meet the dynamic needs of our clients.’

ePac's global footprint extends beyond Canada, with 22 locations worldwide, including Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, North Africa and North America, affirming its role as one of the global leaders in digital flexible packaging. In November 2022, ePac launched ePacONE (One Network Everywhere), creating the world's first and largest integrated network of packaging plants across the globe to serve all brands, regardless of run length.