All4Labels Global Packaging Group recently announced that as it celebrates 25 years of partnership with HP Indigo, the two companies have signed off on the extension of their master global agreement for five additional years. The agreement reportedly endorses a strategic cooperation aimed at enhancing 30% of All4Labels’ digital footprint worldwide.
“We are extremely excited to be marking 25 years since the installation of the first HP Indigo digital press at All4Labels,” said Haim Levit, senior vice president and general manager at the HP Industrial Print Business. “The relationship has since grown over the years into a deep and trusting collaboration that has gone from strength to strength. The past 25 years have seen the All4Labels business evolve through 4 generations of our products and solutions.
“This is a great opportunity to build on the past but also look at what the future holds. We have invested in a huge number of innovation & resources into our future platforms and are extremely proud that All4Labels is looking at continuing and expanding this journey with our latest platforms. These game changing platforms will position All4Labels at the cutting edge of the industries in which they operate and allow them to continue to make a difference within the market.”
According to Adrian Tippenhauer, All4Labels CEO, “With our technological and digital capabilities, paired with our innovative mind-set we’re helping our customers to maximize the benefit out of our partnership—by reinventing how printing is done. 25 years ago, our digital printing site in Trittau set the first step towards our successful story in digital label leadership and our expertise is consecutively expanded to the whole global group…”