MCC has installed an HP Indigo 6K, furthering its investment in LEP and marking 2000 active installs from the Series 3 family for the digital press manufacturer.

The HP Indigo 6K is a narrow web digital label and packaging press that offers printing at 30m/min in four-colour mode. 40m/min can be achieved in enhanced productivity mode. Producing pressure-sensitive labels, shrink sleeves, IML laminate tubes, and more, 6K presses offer an extended application range, colour capability and workflow automation, and is said to, ‘broaden the horizon for those looking to extend their productivity and profitability.’

Headquartered in Chicago, US, MCC has added the HP Indigo 6K to the company’s existing global fleet.

Dieter Maes, vice president of global marketing and sales at MCC, commented, ‘MCC is privileged to have worked with HP indigo for more than 20 years. Over the last few years, with Beta testing and innovation, we have found HP to be a great collaborator that has supported us to achieve massive company growth.

‘Any expansion with our applications and our offers to customers relies on this relationship and HP has proven to go above and beyond in its approach.’

Haim Levit, senior vice president and general manager at HP Indigo, said, ‘MCC, a valued collaborator and a highly technical specialist print provider, has continued its labels journey with us by adding the HP Indigo 6K digital press to its fleet. The Series 3 range, incorporating 6K and 8K models, provides our customers with the means to deliver more applications at high colour quality. It also provides a platform for the team to continue outgrowing the market th its digital transformation.’

Mr Levit continued, ‘Brands are increasingly demanding higher personalisation and more agile supply chains. Coupled with the massive growth of small businesses, orders are increasing as converters continue to differentiate themselves and provide new, bespoke and creative solutions.

‘With the HP Indigo 6K, our customers additionally cut job set-up media waste by around 80%, accumulating tens of thousands of SQM saved every month per press.’