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Wright Enterprises Increases its Digital Printing Capability with new HP Indigo 5600

Friday, April 19, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

PORTLAND, OR  - Wright Enterprises announced today that it has added an HP Indigo 5600, 7-color, digital press to its Kent, WA facility.   

“We are excited to bring the most technologically advanced, sheet fed, digital printing capability to the Seattle market”, said Gordon Klepec, VP of Sales and Marketing.  “Combining our 6 color, 28 inch, sheet-fed capability, with the superior quality of the HP Indigo 5600, uniquely positions us to provide complete color solutions to our distributor partners.” 

HP Indigo technology allows:

  • Up to 7 on-press ink stations including HP ElectronInk White, Digital Matte or UV Red 
  • Invisible inks to produce security features on short run applications
  • The ability to achieve true spot colors for perfect PANTONE® certified solids
  • More than 2500 certified substrates including synthetics, transparent, dark, metallic and recycled media

“Our decision to invest in the HP Indigo 5600 Digital Press was based on our proven success in the Portland market with the HP Indigo 7600.  We recognized our customers’ needs for a trade-only manufacturer to meet the growing demand for variable, high-quality, digital printing with quick turnaround requirements and we have responded with the latest in HP digital technology in both our Portland and Kent facilities”, said Dan Adkison, President and COO of Wright Enterprises.  “Our new HP Indigo 5600 Digital Press is the perfect complement to our growing line-up of commercial and digital capabilities in the Northwest.” 


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