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First ‘HP Indigo Digital Pouch Factory’ launched

A European print firm has expanded its production capabilities, creating the first so-called HP Digital Pouch Factory.

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(L to R) Dalibor Kovalcik, production director; Roman Kandler, managing director; and Marcel Loreth, sales director, all of Martin Peroutka

Having invested in an HP Indigo 20000 last year, Martin Peroutka is now expanding its production line further with the installation of a Karlville Pack Ready Lamination for HP Indigo and the KS-DSUP-400 pouch making machine.

Since it was founded in 1991 as a self-adhesive label printer, Martin Peroutka describes itself as having always had its finger on the pulse when it comes to new technologies.

With the hot topic of sustainability leading more companies to explore packaging solutions that meet low waste requirements, the Czech Republic firm has identified printed pouches as a new potential growth market.

...the concept allows us to add a complete production line for flexible packaging with a minimal footprint, taking into account the full product lifecycle, supply chain and end of life

The HP Indigo 20000 is in keeping with the firm’s environmental focus as it removes the need for plates or “unnecessary inventory” whilst still achieving high quality, speed and flexibility.

Roman Kandler, executive director of Martin Peroutka, comments: “We are very proud on delivering excellent results and allowing for creativity freedom while not compromising on the sustainability values.

“We are looking for ways to grow in a competitive market and we found that the HP Indigo Digital Pouch Factory concept allows us to add a complete production line for flexible packaging with a minimal footprint, taking into account the full product lifecycle, supply chain and end of life.”

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