DG3 Selects HP T230 Color Inkjet Web Press to Accelerate Client Communications Transformation

Diversified Global Graphics Group (DG3), a Jersey City-based marketing and visual communications company, signed for its new HP (Booth 1241) T230 Color Inkjet Web Press with robust inline finishing solutions to expand its digital capacity as well as accelerate the transformation of traditional marketing and compliance communications.

DG3 is a $150 million globally integrated communications group with more than 20 years of experience serving corporate, financial services, and pharmaceutical firms worldwide. The addition of the HP T230, which extends DG3’s lineup of HP Indigo Digital Presses, supports the company’s vision to help its clients use data to produce high-impact printed content that delivers results.

“We realize that helping our clients to build relationships with their audience members is critical to the success of printed content,” said Thomas Saggiomo, President and Chief Executive Officer, Diversified Global Graphics Group. “The availability of data facilitates custom communications and the addition of the HP T230 Color Inkjet Web Press enhances our strategy for making custom client communications a reality.”

DG3 will use the HP T230’s 20.5" width and fast duplex color printing speeds of up to 400 fpm to power DG3 Custom Communications. This new offering gives DG3’s clients a fully integrated solution from data to distribution, converting static communication to custom communication using precision content targeting and cost-effective mass customization while eliminating the need for preprinting and storage of printed materials.

“Progressive print providers like DG3 recognize the benefits the marriage between data and digital printing can bring their customers,” said Jan Riecher, Vice President and General Manager, Americas Graphics Solutions Business, HP. “With the new HP T230 Color Inkjet Web Press, DG3 is poised to continue its growth trajectory and deliver on its unique custom communications strategy.”