Wing Hung extends rapid success applying digital print technology to packaging with HP Indigo 10000

Wing Hung expands capabilities with larger, 29 inch / 75 cm format HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press.

John Lau started Wing Hung in 1991 with just three employees. By the time the company purchased its first HP Indigo Digital Press in 2009, it was up to about 45 presses around the world with about 5,000 employees.

"Anything packaging is our business," says David Sakai, Managing Director, W-Print, printing everything from single color price tickets to PDQs and point-of-sale displays.

A primary reason why the company chose HP Indigo technology in 2009 is because of the feel of the prints, which David says are indistinguishable from offset printing, and print quality is the company's number one priority with its customers.

Wing Hung's new HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press and the rest of the HP Indigo portfolio offer just in time printing, and turning around print on demand jobs quickly offers a huge benefit to its customers. HP Indigo digital printing lets the company cut 14 day lead times in half.

The HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press offers several advantages over smaller format digital presses. For example, higher productivity and pallet level loading similar to offset presses open up new opportunities to move jobs that were traditionally printed using offset technology to HP Indigo digital printing technology.

David Sakai also shares how the HP Indigo team has supported Wing Hung throughout the installation and ramp up period, taking customer support further and helping the company identify new markets and opportunities to pursue with its new, B2-format HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press.

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