Trigon installs Asia’s first HP Indigo 25K

HP Indigo 25K Digital Press meets the needs of a growing sustainable flexible packaging market

HP Indigo 25K
Anil Namugade, Managing Director, Trigon Digital with HP Indigo 25K Digital

India, 17th March 2021 — Taking a new leap in digital printing, Trigon Digital will be using the HP Indigo 25K to meet the growing flexible packaging demand. It is the first customer installation of the flagship HP Indigo 25K Digital Press across Asia. A leading Print & Packaging solutions provider with an ‘all-digital set-up, Trigon Digital has been addressing customers’ needs from across India, Middle East, Europe & South East Asia.

The ultra-modern HP Indigo 25K Digital Press installation with a 30-inch printing width will allow Trigon Digital to venture into a customized pouch, shrink sleeves, IML printing on a large scale. The HP Indigo 25K installation features an inline slitting option, which will enable Trigon Digital to print label media of up to 30-inch width & then slit it inline to smaller rolls for further finishing.

In a world where customers demand highly personalized solutions, the HP Indigo 25K Digital Press offers the agility to meet evolving customer needs rapidly, across all types of packaging requirements. With the HP Indigo technology, Trigon Digital will support brand owners with innovative solutions in packaging while supporting them throughout the product development process – from prototype to marketing test samples to production and shelf. Trigon is a long-standing partner of HP, having invested in the HP Indigo 6900 press in 2018.

Anil Namugade speaks about the installation of HP Indigo 25K

Speaking on the installation, Anil Namugade, Managing Director, Trigon Digital, said, “We have been servicing our customers with print and packaging solutions since 2007. With the industry evolving and growing exponentially, we required a solution to add value to our business and support the increasing demand for small and medium quantity packaging runs with NO MOQ.

Today, the package is the messenger, the brand, and storefront, all integrated into one. With our new HP Indigo 25K, we are ready to bring the digital transformation power to label and flexible packaging. Furthermore, we are on a mission to transform our business, achieving the most exceptional standard of print quality, sustainability, and quick service experience to our customers, and the installation of the HP Indigo 25K is a crucial step in that journey.”

Arjun Appadurai, Country Manager, HP Indigo, HP India, said, “India is fast becoming a hub for startups & small brands, especially in the Food & Beverage sector. Brands and businesses must have high-quality packaging for their products to be placed on a shelf for visibility. A high-quality printed package increases the brand value and gains trust from the consumers.

Due to the nature of digital printing, there is no MOQ concept with HP Indigo. Also, plates or cylinders are not required to be made, so along with HP Indigo, Trigon can support such brands to launch their product in the market faster, digitally printed pouches can be turned around in as low as 5-7 days from the approval of artwork to physical pouches. With the first HP Indigo 25K installation in the region, Trigon Digital will be able to help its customers to get to market faster with their innovative services and products.”

HP is committed to providing safety in print packaging across a comprehensive range of applications, including pharma and food packaging. HP Indigo inks meet FDA, EU & Swiss packaging regulations for well-defined conditions of use & are suitable for indirect contact applications.

HP Indigo inks do not contain any UV curing substances or any photoinitiators & meet the industry-accepted definition of low migration inks. Apart from printing on standard flexible packaging media, HP Indigo can also print on both recyclable & compostable media from partner media vendors.

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