Would you like to print a brochure but do not know what paper to use and how to print?
Our printing customer service experts are at your disposal to answer any questions regarding processing, the printing product should be prepared fully in accordance with your concept.
The most common printing products are flyers, posters, brochures or catalogues, but we will be delighted to produce unique concepts for you, based on special design, anything that is made from paper.
Do you need a quick quote?
Send us your inquiry now to email@example.com, and you will get our quote within 24 hours at the latest.
From the inquiry every workflow is registered in our computer system, by this a particular production can be traced back any time.
During the CTP (Computer to plate) technology we produce the platen directly from the graphic design with the newest, chemical free, environment friendly process.
Why is it beneficial for you?
There is no plate imaging, no need to make a film first.
This provides you with a finished product of greater colour accuracy, cheaper and easier to produce.
Your printing materials are done on the latest B2 Heidelberg and A1 Ryobi printing machines, with short deadlines in excellent quality!
In the printing industry, Heidelberg stands for German precision and refinement, just as Porsche does among cars.
Now Ryobi has brought Japanese precision to the printing industry.
The most up to date printing machines and the continuous quality control guarantee the satisfaction of the most demanding workmanship. The finishing process secures the unique formation of the printing products: besides folding, stapling, creasing, the unique shape cutting, laminating or UV lacquer.
We also undertake manual processing, sticking, retraction, individual packaging.
Call us now on 481-4684.
A down-to-earth idea: When it comes to ordering repeatedly folded and/or glued new printed matter, always ask for a mock-up before production. This will help you save a lot of time, money and avoid irritation (and the same holds true for the graphic designer and the press in case they would forget this).