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Englander dZignPak Adds HP Scitex FB10000 Industrial Press to Bolster Digital Printing Applications

Friday, May 01, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Englander dZignPak, a leading retail display packaging and in-store signage provider with locations in Texas and Arkansas, recently installed an HP Scitex FB10000 Industrial Press to help the firm further its commitment to deliver results by putting the customer first.

With the HP Scitex FB10000 Industrial Press, the company can increase capacity, offer better quality and improve speed to market, meeting customer demand for quick turnaround times and shorter run lengths. The new press positions Englander dZignPak to be a technological leader in corrugated packaging and complements its existing fleet of HP large-format printers and presses. The HP Scitex FB10000 Industrial Press will help the company reduce costs, increase production flexibility and add to its existing digital printing, flexo and litho-lamination offerings for applications such as retail packaging, pallet skirts, displays, signage and industrial boxes.

“We have seen tremendous growth in our large-format digital print business, our product offerings and overall customer base since our first HP Scitex installation more than 10 years ago,” said Marty Englander, chief executive officer, Englander dZignPak. “We continue to choose HP because of the quality of their equipment and high level of customer service, and we look forward to our ongoing relationship as both of our businesses continue to grow.”

Powered by HP Scitex High Dynamic Range (HDR) Printing Technology, the HP Scitex FB10000 Industrial Press enables a unique combination of speed and quality that will allow Englander dZignPak to profit on a wider range of jobs – including different applications and run lengths. The press offers both 16-gray-level printing and the ability to produce 1,000 B1 sheets in less than two hours. These features help PSPs achieve the quality and speed required by traditional offset applications while addressing growing demand for short runs, quick turnarounds and variable content.


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Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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