Currie Group retains HP Indigo range
Currie Group has held onto its title as the local distributor of the entire HP Indigo portfolio showcased at this year’s drupa, in a contract win that extends the companies’ ten-year Australian partnership.
Under the renewed contract, the supplier will now be distributing the new B2-sized HP Indigo 10000 press, along with the Indigo 7600, 5600, WS4600, W6600 and the W7250 digital presses.
Not only will Currie Group be featuring an expanded range of Indigo presses under the new deal, it will also launch a series of standardised training classes for press users at its demo centre in Melbourne.
“I’m confident that with the strong market expertise and customer-oriented focus of Currie Group, PSPs can look to take on new applications and excel in their marketplaces,” says Donegal. “With the improved productivity and quality of the new HP Printing Systems, digital colour printing is now even more cost-effective and efficient than analogue offset for a large proportion of PSPs’ work.”
Currie Group’s sales and marketing director, Phillip Rennell, says, the renewed partnership with HP has, “not only enabled Currie Group to be a part of the rapidly growing digital printing industry, but also to be a market leader in the industry. We are extremely pleased to be extending our partnership into the future.”
The supplier’s executive chairman, David Currie (pictured right with HP Indigo GM, Alon Bar-Shany), says that his company “has worked hard to establish our reputation as the leading Australian owned graphic arts provider. We are very proud of this reputation yet we know that without our partnerships with our suppliers and customers, we would not be able to offer the value-added solution we do today.”