Alberta’s Heron Printing invests in HP Indigo 7900

PrintAction Staff
May 15, 2019
By PrintAction Staff
Heron Printing, a printing company based in Edmonton, Alta., has acquired its first HP Indigo 7900.

The fully configured seven-colour HP Indigo 7900 is equipped with a range of capabilities such as raised/textured print, One Shot printing on synthetics, and specialty inks white, silver, clear, fluorescents, invisible and Pantone spot colours.

“For us, purchasing the Indigo was two-fold; to ensure we have the capability to offer our existing customers the highest quality short-run printing available, and to introduce exciting new products to our marketplace,” says Derek Brown of Heron Printing. “For years we’ve pushed the limitations of dry toner technology. We’ve simply come to a time in our business where we’ve outgrown dry toner.”

“We are very excited about Indigo’s specialty offerings such as premium white, process metallic, scratch off, and invisible ink. These products are currently not available in our marketplace. Bringing these offerings combined with offset quality are a perfect fit for our business model and our clientele,” adds Chad Brown, Co-owner, Heron Printing.

Established in 1982, Heron Printing produces stationery, marketing materials, booklets and newsletters, point of purchase materials, direct mail pieces, tickets and forms, and offers kitting and fulfillment services.

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