Easy Signs has completed the installation of its HP Indigo 7800 Digital Press, supplied through Currie Group, as it seeks to offer small format work to its customers.
It is also targeting the fabric production market, picking out the MS Impress 4320, while investing in sewing machines, and Zund cutters.
The company has increased its revenue by 50 per cent in the past year, and was picked for the 2017 Top Innovator award by SmartCompany, for its successful company restructure to an online-first business model.
It is also the first company in Australia to install the HP R2000, the first rigid latex printer from HP, which introduces white ink.
Adam Parnell, owner, director, Easy Signs, says, “We work out of our site in Ingleburn, and service Australia wide. We have two HP Latex 3200s and a 570, two SwissQPrint and have just finished installing a HP Indigo 7800.
“We will use it for our small format products which we are looking to bring to the market.
“We do a lot of tradework, a lot of work for small businesses, and at the same time, quite a few jobs for big business, so anyone that finds our site can be comfortable ordering from us.
“We are your typical sign shop, but putting the HP Indigo in is our jump into the small format industry.
“We are about to launch fabric production in house, so have purchased the MS Impres 4320, which is commissioned and launching soon. We also have Zund cutters, a G3 and S3, Impulsa sewing machines.
“We have just gone through a massive investment phase, and setting up the business for the next platform of growth.
“We also have two SwissQPrint Nyala2 printers.”
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