Grandville Buys New Printer
Following the successful completion of a three-month beta testing period, Grandville Printing Company has purchased an HP Indigo 7500 Digital Press to meet increased demand for retail in-store signage and luxury automotive manuals.
The progressive print service provider, which directs a nationwide distribute-and-print network of HP Indigo users serving the grocery signage market, bought the new 7500 model in July to accommodate an influx of new business. Much of the growth is driven by complex, online web-to-print ordering programs developed in consultation with HP IT and business development staff.
"There's no question that the HP Indigo 7500 makes us more productive and more competitive. Our operators run it more than the other six HP Indigo presses we own," said Chris Nunez, Grandville's director of digital printing. "But there's also the larger story about working with HP - they play an important role in our company strategy for everything from technical R&D to sales and marketing."
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