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ePac Flexible Packaging will be the first converter to install the new HP Indigo 25K digital press, and will be adding 26 of the new press models to its facilities around the world. With the installations, ePac will boast a 76-press global fleet by 2021.
PPD&G, a Long Island-based provider of creative promotional brand products specializing in printing, packaging, displays, and gifts, has upgraded its digital print capabilities with two new high-performance HP Indigo 6900 digital presses.
Broadcasting live from Belgium, Xeikon hosted a news conference on Wednesday and revealed details on its entry into the corrugated segment, along with its new products for digital label printing and flexographic platemaking.
An HP Indigo 6900 and Grafotronic DCL2 were recently installed at the Diversified Labeling Solutions facility in Itasca, Ill. The new devices will allow the company to expand its production of digitally printed labels and flexible packaging.
Navigating the digital transformation was at the core of Xeikon Café TV, a virtual event held April 22-23 for both the label & packaging and commercial printing sectors. With the physical Xeikon Café event moved online, Xeikon hosted the virtual session with presentations from digital printing experts and Xeikon customers.
Xeikon hosted a virtual press briefing on Monday, March 30, unveiling the latest additions to its lineup of dry toner digital presses for both the graphic arts and labels and packaging segments. The announcement also included the reveal of Sirius, the newest dry toner platform from Xeikon.
The latest generation of HP Indigo digital presses has been revealed. In a webcast held Monday, HP Indigo showcased the variety of digital presses it will launch at drupa 2020, including several label and packaging platforms that are geared toward providing new opportunities for printers, converters, and their customers.
As consumers continue to turn toward craft, boutique, and artisan-made products, new entrants into the spirits industry are continuing to emerge. Mi Campo tequila is one of these brands, showcasing how creative craft spirit labels can differentiate innovative producers from the competition.
Nosco may have been founded more than 100 years ago, but the company continues to prioritize growth in multiple packaging segments and embrace new technology. With digital printing capabilities for labels, folding cartons, and flexible packaging, it now counts for 50% of Nosco's orders.
The fifth-annual Digital Packaging Summit — the largest ever edition of the event — addressed all four major segments of the packaging industry and how package printers from across the board can benefit from all that digital printing and converting technology have to offer.