12 June 2024
ePac Converts Fleet To HP Indigo 200K
DUSSELDORF, GERMANY—
 L-R: Oran Sokol, HP; John Peat, ePac COO; Noam Zilbershtain, HP Indigo & Scitex, Virag Patel, ePac; Haim Levit, HP; Parag Patel, ePac.
L-R: Oran Sokol, HP; John Peat, ePac COO; Noam Zilbershtain, HP Indigo & Scitex, Virag Patel, ePac; Haim Levit, HP; Parag Patel, ePac.
 ePac Flexible Packaging has entered a multiyear strategic agreement with HP to convert its fleet to the new HP Indigo Gen 5 200K, as it continues its expansion in the digital print market. The HP Indigo 200K digital press is said to deliver a 30 percent increase in speed and a 45 percent boost in productivity compared to the HP Indigo 25K.It features gravure-matching color quality based on the HP Indigo Liquid Electro Photography (LEP) and One-Shot Color technologies and is designed to print high coverage packages with white on most
Short run flexible packaging in 5 to 15 days
Short run flexible packaging in 5 to 15 days
industrial substrates, both surface and reverse. ePac Flexible Packaging’s vision is to utilize digital print to give a voice to small and medium brands and revitalize local communities. Established in 2016 ePac has achieved annual growth rates of 50-100 percent, showcasing its consistent upward trajectory in the market.ePac has a total of nine HP Indigo flexible packaging press presses in Canada including Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal locations
 
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