Xiamen Hexing Packaging Co., Ltd (HXPP) has installed China’s first HP PageWide digital press to meet the growing demand for customised corrugated packaging. The installation of the HP PageWide T400S press at HXPP’s production site in Huayi, Hubei will help the company achieve large-scale production of printed corrugated products.
“HXPP insists on being customer-centric, striving to respond quickly to customer needs, continuing to create long-term value for customers that will ultimately benefit the packaging supply chain,” Xiao Kang Du, Vice-General Manager of United Creation Packaging Solutions, HXPP Group, said at an open house held for customers to introduce the new press at the site.
“With HP’s digital printing products and solutions, we are able to realise the demand for mass production of personalised and customizsed printed products, making packaging a new marketing tool and a communication bridge between brands and consumers. While helping brand owners stand out, our company is able to explore more business opportunities and achieve a win-win situation,” he added.
HXPP is a leading provider of corrugated packaging products in Asia, with about 60 manufacturing sites in China and four R&D centres. With more than 20 years of experience in the packaging and printing industry, HXPP has been committed to providing high-quality packaging that adds value to brands and enhances the end-user experience.
“We are pleased to reach this cooperation with HXPP. By joining hands with an industry pioneer, HP will continue to give strong impetus to the digitalisation and customisation of the corrugated packaging industry in China,” said Nick Price, HP PageWide Business Manager in APJ. “HP has always been committed to using its leading equipment, solutions and resources to help our customers fully develop their own potential, expand more possibilities to serve end users and create more benefit opportunities for themselves. We also look forward to working with more like-minded customers to promote the positive development of the digital printing industry.”