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Flyerline continues to invest in HP Indigo technology

Flyerline continues to invest in HP Indigo technology

Fundamental aspects of this strategy are the complete conversion of print production to digital printing and the continuous increase in automation in all areas – from ordering to production to delivery of goods to the customer.

In 2021, traditional commercial production was supplemented by the first generation HP Indigo 100K (B2 format). In April 2024, we invested in a second HP Indigo 100K to completely replace our in-house offset printing. For Stephen Tomasi, achievable offset quality, high flexibility of substrates and commercially replaceable offset printing were crucial criteria and supported the company owner's strategy.

Both the HP Indigo 100K will be upgraded to the HP Indigo 120K that was introduced on Drupa at the end of the year. In addition to hardware components, these updates also include software functions that, on the one hand, provide the printer with greater technical support in its operation, and on the other hand, increase productivity through early detection based on artificial intelligence.

With these investments, Flyerline Schweiz AG is focusing on innovation and efficiency in order to strengthen and expand its position as an innovative and leading online printing company in Switzerland.

Since its founding in 2002, Flyerline Schweiz AG from Altnau has established itself as an online printing company with that certain “more”. Its standard range includes more than 400 standard products with millions of configuration options. There is also a comprehensive range of services with individual advice, product development, graphic design and print purchasing optimizing the process, as well as services from the entire supply chain management area.

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