Emerald House paints a green picture with HP Latex R2000
Founded 25 years ago, Emerald House is one of the leading providers of point-of-sale displays to airports across the UK and Ireland. The company also carries out a wide range of shop fitting work, partnering with leading brands such as Chanel, Selfridges, and Harrods.
Recent years have seen client demand for more environmentally friendly work sharply increase as more customers seek to shine a light on the sustainability of their own operations.
Emerald House responded with the purchase of its new HP Latex R2000, which, thanks to its use of water-based inks, offers a significantly more sustainable option than UV or solvent-based technology.
The HP Latex R2000 was installed at Emerald House’s Corby facility in May 2021 and has since been used to produce a wide range of planet-friendly printed work for the company’s expansive customer base.
“We have a number of customers that are wanting us to produce more environmentally friendly products, and this is driving us to move away from PVC-based materials”, said Kevon Tolton, Emerald House Print Production Manager.
Kevin added that such has been the impact of the new HP Latex R2000 printer on the business that the company would look at investing more in Latex technology in the future to support its overall growth strategy.
Source: LFR News