Photo Park expands with two new HP Indigos

Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala-based Photo Park Digital recently invested in two HP Indigo 7K presses. With this, Photo Park Digital has expanded its use of the technology, taking the total fleet of HP Indigo presses to eight. Now, the company’s aim is to use the technology to provide printing services to international markets and expand the current network to other regions of India.

02 Feb 2023 | By Rahul Kumar

With the new technology, the company has started to serve the domestic and international markets

Photo Park was established in 1979 and started the first colour lab in 1983. For almost two decades, the company tried every available technology in the photo printing space. But the quest for high-quality printing and an expanded colour gamut ended the search with HP Indigo technology. 

“Photo Park stands for the symbol of quality, which has helped us serve more than 25% of the photo industry requirement directly and indirectly in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. With the new technology growth, we have started to serve the domestic and international market too,” Francis, managing director, Photo Park Digital, said. 

He added, “Photo Park is one of the biggest photo printing companies in India today and continuously enhancing its expertise and capability. We want to be India’s preferred photo book production partner.”

A Appadurai, country manager, Indigo & Inkjet Business Solutions, HP India, said, “Over the last decade, the digital printing industry has undergone a tremendous transformation. With the revolution of HP’s digital printing press for the photo and commercial printing industry, today, our customers can innovate and technologically advance their offerings to meet the evolving needs of the market. Photo Park is a classic example of how the company has expanded over the years, and we are proud to collaborate with them once again.”