HPPL invests in Heidelberg Suprasetter A 106

Printer already has Heidelberg Suprasetter 106 CtP equipment

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(From Left) – Nishanth Shah, executive director and Prashanth Shah, owner of The HPPL with the brand-new Heidelberg Suprasetter A 106 Equipment.

Chennai-based packaging printing company ‘The HPPL’ has invested in a brand-new Heidelberg Suprasetter A 106 CtP equipment to expand its prepress production capacity. 

The HPPL has been an owner of Heidelberg Suprasetter 106 CtP equipment in the past. The company has made another investment in a brand-new Heidelberg Suprasetter A 106 following a positive experience with Heidelberg CtP equipment with the Prinect process, the company said. 

“We decided to purchase a second Heidelberg Suprasetter CtP for our new facility in Chennai because our production capacity has increased, and it made sense to us,” said Nishant Shah, executive director at the HPPL.

The HPPL, which was established in 1995 by Prashant Shah, is confident about the future results with Suprasetter A 106. The packaging company specializes in Met-Pet, Drip UV, monocartons, and basic cartons. If the contemporary business is about presentation, the packaging and quality of printing become the only media and tools for the presentation. After realizing the market demands, The HPPL, has a complete facility for all packaging and printing needs.

With the latest in-vogue types of printing technology, spread into all dimensions of industries and versatile markets, The HPPL, is equipped with the current trend to meet all high-demand, competitive, and complex printing requirements from the market.

“It’s the beauty of Heidelberg workflow which helps us save a lot of time in pre-press with CtP including the usage of Prinect Packaging Designer for enhanced productivity. Today, we are in new markets and the workflow has supported acquiring new customers. We had wonderful training from the Heidelberg team, and it will be continued with additional training.” said Nishant Shah.

With its wide product range, The HPPL has the market image of timely delivery every time with reasonable pricing. “We have three units across Chennai, and we are specialized in monocartons and printed corrugated boxes. The corporate office at Vyasarpadi has a central designing team that shoots the file to the Sothupakkam unit where the new Suprasetter is set up,” added Nishant Shah.

The Suprasetter A 106 is flexible equipment from manual to fully automatic option with smart plate handling capacity and has integrated temperature stabilization, punching suction, and dust filter systems. The modular design of the Suprasetter A 106 provides maximum flexibility for the medium-size format range. Their Intelligent Diode System (IDS) virtually eliminates production losses. An integrated cooling system prevents any adverse impact from external temperatures.

Prabaharan, AGM – Sales at Heidelberg India, commented, “We have also included the press standardization support for their existing printing equipment and upgrading the print quality, our application experts visit the printshop and do the necessary procedures for the optimized printing” 

“With Heidelberg’s complete pre-press workflow – Prinect cockpit and Packaging designer, we can work quickly with no minimal error,” concluded Nishant Shah.

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