LSC Invests in HP Digital Production Technology to Support Book Publishing
LSC Communications, Chicago, has entered into agreements to expand its digital book production platform. The key deliverables of the expansion include an HP PageWide Web Press T490 HD, HDNA upgrades to existing HP PageWide presses and HP priming technology.
This strategic investment to support the company’s growing client demand will significantly increase LSC Communications’ digital capacity and create one of the world’s largest digital book production platforms. “The additional growth of HP’s world-class scalable printing technology to our digital platform supports our industry-leading inventory management model, helping us to continue providing custom supply-chain solutions for book publishers that increase their speed-to-market, produce high-quality products and decrease their total cost of ownership,” commented Dave McCree, president of the book division, LSC Communications.
“We are committed to driving innovation in the publishing supply chain,” added Thomas J. Quinlan III, chairman and CEO of LSC Communications. “Our focus will continue to be on investing in technology solutions that help propel our publishing clients to the forefront of their business.”
HP High Definition Nozzle Architecture (HDNA) on HP PageWide Web Presses transforms quality and productivity, extending application range for new digital possibilities.
“Today’s high-quality book publishing increasingly requires a combination of offset-class print quality, productivity and media versatility, along with the unique versatility and efficiency of inkjet printing,” said Eric Wiesner, general manager for HP PageWide Industrial division. “LSC’s investment will enable its clients to benefit from the HDNA capabilities and create new digital possibilities.”
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