Avery Dennison Increases Its Printer Ink Output By 50 Percent With HP Machines
Avery Dennison, the global manufacturer, has claimed that it has almost doubled its document production capacities in the last 12 months.
According to the firm, the success is down to its investment in HP Indigo digital presses that have provided it with consistent, high-quality imaging capabilities.
The company added that the HP printer ink devices can also help make productions more cost-effective and accurate.
Chairman, president and chief executive at Avery Dennison Dean A Scarborough added: "Digital printing has created new options for labelling and packaging, and through our strong collaborative relationship with HP we have been able to offer converters and brand owners new ways to make brands stand out in an increasingly crowded retail marketplace and increase operating efficiency."
HP has recently released its AirPrint technology that allows users to produce documents from their iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices on a variety of its LaserJet printer ink machines.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.