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HP unveils the power of productivity with HP Indigo 7eco Digital Press at Pamex 2020

HP Inc has launched the new HP Indigo 7eco Digital Press, powered by the innovative Indigo Liquid Electrophotography (LEP) Technology, at Pamex 2020. Highly efficient print production capabilities of the new digital press can enable businesses to print up to 5 million pages a month. The new HP Indigo 7eco Digital Press is manufactured in a sustainable way and uses many factory-recycled parts (more than 40%), offers carbon-free production, and has a full oil recycling system, to boost sustainability of the printing operation.

With access to a comprehensive suite of software applications through the HP PrintOS secured cloud platform, businesses can boost efficiency, automation and monitoring. It can also empower them to manage more print volume and better cost control. Further, it has the ability to print virtually any application in any run length and on a variety of media, to produce a wide variety of SKUs and designs.

At Pamex, HP also showcased projects executed by HP customers on Indigo machines as the proof of the limitless possibilities that digital printing provides. With these projects, HP reaffirmed the importance of innovation, advanced and differentiated printing applications, combined with mass customization and personalization for establishing a competitive edge for the customers.

“With the introduction of sustainable technology in the printing industry, HP aims to introduce the consumers to the latest innovations enabling them to increase their production at an affordable cost, with less power consumption, manpower, production time and wastage. Introducing advanced digital capabilities are a part of HP’s commitment to provide the best solutions to help businesses and partner community in staying ahead of the curve”, said A. Appadurai, Country Manager, Indigo and PageWide Web Press, Graphics Solutions Business, HP Inc. India & Sri Lanka.

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