• Another sale: Currie Group has sold the second HP Indigo 6K digital label press to Ultra Labels & Flexpack, announced at PacPrint. From left, HP Indigo's Craig Walmsley, Currie Group's Mark Daws, and Ross Fursey from Ultra Labels & Flexpack.
    Another sale: Currie Group has sold the second HP Indigo 6K digital label press to Ultra Labels & Flexpack, announced at PacPrint. From left, HP Indigo's Craig Walmsley, Currie Group's Mark Daws, and Ross Fursey from Ultra Labels & Flexpack.
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VIDEO: At printing industry trade show PacPrint, taking place in Melbourne this week, PKN spoke to Ross Fursey, MD of Ultra Labels & Flexpack, about the reason behind the company's purchase of the HP Indigo 6K digital label press, which is going into its Barossa Valley facility and will be used for printing wine labels.

HP Indigo technology is supplied by Currie Group in ANZ, and the company has the HP Indigo 6K on display, along with other printing technology, on its huge stand at PacPrint this week.

This is the second sale of an HP Indigo 6K digital label press Currie Group has announced so far at PacPrint this week, the first going to New Zealand printing company Soar Communications Group. (Read the full story here.)

Mark Daws, director of Labels & Packaging ANZ for Currie Group, joins Ross Fursey to weigh in on the sustainability credentials of the press. Click on the video below to see more.

 

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