UPPER MARLBORO, Md., Aug. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Linemark Printing Inc. has announced that it has completed the installation and G7 certification of 3 new HP Indigo Digital Presses, including the HP Indigo 10000 format.

The new machines were installed to increase capacity and standardize color for both their national, commercial and photo product clients.  Speaking about the company’s latest purchase, Steve Bearden, President noted, “The HP technology significantly increases our efficiency through higher press utilization and more consistent color management.”  Linemark’s first Indigo purchase was in 1998 with the 2nd generation “Turbo-Stream” at the beginning of the digital printing revolution.  Almost 20 years later, both companies continue to innovate.

While production efficiency is important, Linemark’s focus has always been towards the client.  David Ashton, EVP notes, “Our clients will benefit immensely from these additions. Our commercial clients will see added personalized print channel support for their marketing needs and our photo book & yearbook partners will be able to leverage product/brand consistency through network profile sharing.”

Linemark has also launched a marketing initiative to demonstrate some of the expanded applications that are now available by leveraging the HP Indigo 10000. With a larger 20×29 format, personalized direct mail campaigns can innovate dramatically.  The company is trending social media with #ThisChangesEverything.  Here, clients can learn more about the technology and the future of the printing industry.

To learn more about the new HP Indigo 10000 and how your next campaign can benefit, become part of the conversation on our social media platforms with #ThisChangesEverything. You may also contact one of our Account Executives at 301-925-9000, email or visit our website

Linemark is an intensely customer focused company delivering innovative results through technical leadership to its commercial and photo product clients.  Operating from a 24hr / 90,000sf production facility in the DC/BALT corridor, it has become one of the fastest growing communications providers in the region.

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