Trabon Group Adds HP Indigo 7900 Digital Press for Growing Restaurant Menu Business

Press release from the issuing company

Installation is world’s 2000th HP Indigo 7000 series digital press

Trabon Group, a leading menu print service provider, has installed an HP Indigo 7900 Digital Press to support its growing business for restaurant brands. The new HP Indigo 7900 press at Trabon is also the milestone 2000th HP Indigo 7000 series digital press installed since the platform launched 10 years.

The Kansas City, Missouri-based print provider has served the restaurant industry for over 40 years, while also running a general commercial printing business. Using its MenuNet management and publishing platform and HP Indigo printing, it fulfills customized, short-run orders on demand with fast turnaround using variable data printing for restaurant brands across the US.

The HP Indigo 7900 joins Trabon’s current HP Indigo 7600 at the site. The synthetic substrate support on the new press using HP Indigo One Shot will open more high-quality options for customers and high-value business for Trabon.

“HP Indigo technology enables Trabon to partner with restaurant brands to help them efficiently manage menu production, including full flexibility for local, seasonal and nutritional information,” said Shawn Nicolas, CEO, Trabon Group. “Digital printing offers quick and efficient production of time-sensitive collateral and eliminates the cost and hassle of housing and ultimately destroying dated materials.”

Trabon’s full-service bindery department provides a complete range of finishing services including multiple types of binding, folding, die-cutting and lamination.

The HP Indigo 7900 Digital Press is the market-leading 13 x 19 inch format digital sheetfed press. Brands use HP Indigo for its high print quality, just-in-time production, and ability to engage customers by customization and personalization with unique variable data printing capabilities. One Shot technology extends media capabilities to special substrates including synthetics, transparencies, dark, and metalized media.


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