After two long years without a show, PacPrint is opening its doors next month and HP is set to make a triumphant return to the expo to showcase its innovation and leadership in print technology.
HP’s stand for large format printers with the theme Print for the Future is expected to be a showstopper with attendees invited to take part in an interactive and visual demonstration of the latest product innovations from HP.
The latest HP Indigo digital press technology and applications will be showcased at the Currie Group stand.
This year at PacPrint, the company’s large format print and industrial delivery solutions will be on show – attendees will see its high quality photographic and blazingly fast poster printers through to its durable Latex printer range with both flexible and rigid media printing options.
“HP is thrilled to be part of PacPrint 2022,” HP Australia and New Zealand LFP country manager Craig Hardman said.
“After two years of lockdowns, this is an important opportunity to reconnect with our customers and partners as well as our industry colleagues. The world may have slowed down over the past two years, but we have not. We are excited to unveil some industry defining innovations we know are going to be the talk of the show.”
HP Australia & New Zealand industrial country manager Craig Walmsley said HP will have the largest collective presence at this year’s PacPrint event.
“HP Indigo will showcase the high performance and innovative digital press and applications across the commercial printing and labels & packaging category. Brand protection, security and circular economy will be a key focus for us at this year’s event and we’re excited to demonstrate the possibilities of HP Indigo presses to transform business for profitable growth,” Walmsley said.
HP’s print experts will also take part in a PacPrint Forums discussion, sharing their latest industry insights and commentary on future developments for the business, specifically around sustainability.
HP will be centrally located on Stand E14 at PacPrint, which will run at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 28 June to 1 July.
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