Redington to show HP Indigo Digital Press at PrintPack 2022

HP Indigo at India Expo Centre – Hall 5 C16, C18, C20

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Redington India to showcase its HP Indigo Digital Press at their stand in PrintPack 2022 Photo: Redington India
Redington India to showcase its HP Indigo Digital Press at their stand in PrintPack 2022 Photo: Redington India

Chennai-based Redington India is the authorized distributor in India who will represent the HP Indigo digital printing presses. Started in 1993 in the country, Redington aims to offer a robust technology-powered platform to enable a seamless flow of products and services.

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Redington India is a regular participant at PrintPack. This year, from 26 to 30 May 2022, when the show is happening after a long gap, the company will be displaying its HP Indigo digital press to showcase the innovation in digital printing.

Commenting on the audience, Manju Ramarao, director, Graphics Solutions Business of the company, said, “At PrintPack, we are looking for the print services and providers who come with the mindset of changing and adapting the new technology into business. We always believe in upgrading ourselves with the latest technology and innovative ideas. This show will be very helpful in terms of showcasing the strength of HP Indigo technology.”

Note: The IPPGroup will be publishing the PrintPack India Show Daily on all five days of the event from 26 to 30 May 2022. Our May issues of Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia will also contain previews of the event. 

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