HP Graphics Print Providers Continue to Support the Health and Well-being of Local Communities

25 May 2020

HP has shared how it is partnering with its global network of print service providers (PSPs) to continue to innovate printing applications to help medical teams, businesses and the public adapt in the ongoing effort to combat COVID-19.


Examples include:


Baker Labels of the UK  is donating three million labels printed on the HP Indigo 6900 Digital Press for the Salute the National Health Service (NHS) campaign, aimed to provide a million meals to NHS staff over the next three months.

In Israel, HP Indigo helped launched the “More than Masks” project by supporting the printing and donating of photo stickers that personalises medical personnel’s protective gear. The photo stickers helped patients feel more comfortable with the doctors and medical staff work better as a team.

Postable, a US web-to-print greeting card company, is providing an online service for people to create and mail thank you cards to frontline workers. 100% of the profits will be donated to the Frontline Responders Fund to help get critical supplies to frontline hospital workers combating COVID-19.

CompanyBox, a Charlotte, NC based converter used the HP PageWide C500 Press with water-based ink compatible for food applications to develop a takeout box and bakery box with a single use seal. The box will keep the food securely inside until the recipient removes the adhesive tear strip.

Spoonflower, a US and Germany based digital printing company and design community, established the Spoonflower Mask Response Project to mobilize the fabric design community to design, produce and donate masks to healthcare workers on the front lines.

The HP Graphic Arts Experience Center in Barcelona launched the printing of labels for INEOS of France to donate millions of bottles of hand sanitizers to hospitals across France, UK, Germany and the USA suffering from shortages and lack of supplies.


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