Calgary-based Apache Superior Printing has purchased an HP Indigo 10000 digital press. The machine is the second of its kind in Canada—following an installation for Cober Evolving Solutions in Kitchener, Ont.—and the first in Western Canada.
A print-service provider (PSP) since 1963, Apache offers both digital and offset printing and bindery, as well as large-format foiling, embossing and die-cutting. The company chose the Indigo 10000 to increase efficiency and enable a broader range of applications.
“Combining this printer’s 737-mm (29-in.) format with our marketing capabilities will enable us to deliver greater return on investment (ROI) to our clients,” says Dave Gordon-Cooper, Apache’s president and CEO (pictured, right, with HP Western Canada account manager Aad Melser, left). “The larger sheets allow us to print double the size of any other digital press with comparable quality and speed.”