HP partners with Redington and TechNova at Pamex 2023

Presses for commercial and label printing

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HP Indigo 7K digital press for general commercial printing applications. Photo HP

Showcasing two different presses for commercial printing solutions and labels, HP will be present at Pamex 2023 at stand G-50, Hall 2, and Stall C-01 in Hall 1 in collaboration with Redington and TechNova.

At the Redington stall, the HP Indigo 7K digital press for general commercial printing applications is being displayed while at TechNova, the HP Indigo 6K digital press for labels and packaging printing applications is the highlight.

The allied printing industry is very much waiting for Pamex 2023, says an HP spokesperson about the print industry exhibition.

In a fast-changing market and a world economy that’s full of surprises, the process of digital transformation in the commercial, labels and packaging printing industry shouldn’t prevent business owners from discovering the future-proof benefits of adopting a digital press. We have a team of proven experts that can guide them through the process and help them achieve the growth that HP Indigo customers are already experiencing,” the company said.

Technologies such as HP Indigo should be made to empower customers and print service providers to achieve their potential, the company said. “We have our trusted partners and together we want to inspire the printing industry. We are taking interested printers from the exhibition ground to the Technova Touch Center both physically and through virtual experience. This is specially designed for the labels and packaging segment in collaboration with TechNova’s team of experts,” adds the company.

HP expects great footfall at the show. The company has had a long association with Pamex and together with their channel partners, HP Indigo is taking up one of the biggest spaces to showcase the complete Indigo portfolio coupled with live demonstrations, showcasing both commercial printing and packaging solutions in one place.

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