New solutions and innovations from HP at Label Expo 2022

Labelexpo India 2022 – HP in Hall 3 stand G18

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HP SmartStream Collage offers unique designs by manipulating elements randomly for unlimited brand impact (HP)

HP Indigo, in collaboration with Technova Imaging Solutions, will present new printing solutions for growing and differentiating labels and packaging business with the latest tools and innovations for top-quality printing of labels, shrink sleeves, and flexible packaging at Labelexpo India 2022. 

HP in Hall 3 stand G18, will feature live demonstrations from the entire HP label and packaging solutions portfolio, including workflow, printing, and converting. HP will also showcase a range of applications from worldwide converters transforming and growing business with HP Indigo’s liquid electrophotography (LEP)-based digital printing, demonstrating why brands worldwide and in all industries prefer HP Indigo label and packaging solutions.

Printing technology

Over the next few days of the show from 10 November, HP Indigo’s digital press portfolio will showcase new innovative applications. The HP Indigo 6K Digital press allows the printing of any label in a simple, more productive, and profitable way. Finished products produced during live presentations will be made available for visitors.

The commercially available HP Indigo pack ready-for-labels solution will also be displayed. The solution enables the production of high-resistance labels for food, household, industrial and chemical applications. A range of HP Indigo ElectroInks for labels and packaging is an additional highlight at the HP booth, with the HP Indigo ElectroInk Silver. The ink supports a wide range of spot, and metallic colors and is enabling new, high-value digital applications with cost-effective production.

Another highlight is the HP SmartStream Collage. Following the success of HP SmartStream Mosaic, HP SmartStream Collage offers unique designs by manipulating elements randomly for unlimited brand impact using logos and symbols.

The LEP technology showcased at the Label Expo differentiates HP Indigo as the most advanced & trusted technology solution for the label and packaging segment. We continue to reinvent the labels & packaging industry with innovation that enables customers & brands to transform their businesses,” said A Appadurai, Country Business manager, HP Indigo and PageWide Web Press, HP India.

Experience security and brand protection

In the security zone, visitors will see advanced security and brand protection solutions, including new and exclusive covert serialization with the HP Indigo ElectroInks Invisible, unique layered brand protection with micro-text, anti-copy/anti-counterfeiting marks, track and trace, and more.  

New workflow solutions

HP is offering hands-on demonstrations of the new high-performance, modular and scalable print server, as well as showcasing additional applications to automate production and maximize business opportunities. These include the cloud-based workflow and automation solution HP PrintOS, including the new PrintOS site flow for labels and packaging, OEE (overall equipment efficiency) monitoring, EPM analyzer, and the new HP PrintOS marketplace.

HP will host live sessions every day with HP industry experts, taking visitors through a journey of growth, new technologies, and how to transform business.

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