PacPrint: Currie Group sells four digital label presses


In a single week at PacPrint, Currie Group sold four HP Indigo 6K digital label presses, a sign of growing demand from food and beverage brand owners for the benefits of digital print: high quality, short run, high impact graphics, quick speed to market.


Currie Group pulled out all the stops on its stand at PacPrint last week, the largest at the trade show, with several working presses on display as well as an impressive array of examples of digitally printed labels and flexible packaging executed on HP Indigo digital presses.


In the label and packaging space, an HP Indigo 6K Digital Press with its established credentials in high-speed digital label and packaging production, was joined by an ABG Digicon Lite 3, which the company says is a “compact and easy to use” digital label finishing machine which can operate in-line or as a stand-alone unit “to provide versatile solutions” including foiling, varnishing, slitting, scoring and sheeting.


Mark Daws, labels and packaging director ANZ at Currie Group said, "The Digicon Lie 3 is the ideal converting unit for anyone looking to enter the labels market."


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