Alon Bar-Shany to leave HP Indigo

Haim Levit to succeed Bar-Shany

Alon Bar-Shany
Alon Bar-Shany, general manager leaves HP Indigo

Alon Bar-Shany, the general manager of HP Indigo for the past 15 years has announced his departure from the company. His departure will mark the end of Bar-Shany as the worldwide face of HP Indigo.

Bar-Shany first joined HP Indigo after leaving Israel Chemicals in 1995 where he held key executive positions in finance, strategic planning, and business development. Bar-Shany’s departure is a part of an ongoing restructuring within the company.

In March this year, Bar-Shany presided over the launch of Indigo’s new range of printing technologies including the HP Indigo 100K digital press which he described as being ‘born to run.’ The US-based Haim Levit will be his successor at HP Indigo. Levit’s most recent role was to lead the worldwide go-to-market for HP’s Industrial Graphics organization.

Indian Printer and Publisher started in April 1979 enters its 43rd year as a monthly magazine in print. Our web platform which started in 1998 is now in its 24th year. We have a wide readership in both print and on the web but we need continuous financial support from our readers to keep evolving and growing. Please subscribe to our website and our eZines.

Subscribe Now


  1. I think a huge loss to HP-Indigo. Although I was not one of the trade journalists close to him we saw each other at least from waving distance maybe 20 times in the past 20 years at drupas, labelexpos, interpacks, Igas and maybe a couple of times in Singapore, Israel and maybe also in the US and Austraiia. He is a young and obviously brilliant organizer and communicator. His quick grasp of the intricacies of new things such as digital cartons and flexible packaging have demonstrated a great focus on making the future possible. I am of course keen to know the real reason for his departure and where he is going and also what are the real financial numbers of HP Indigo.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here