Offset printing

A simple process, with a high-quality output.

Offset printing uses thin aluminium plates that transfer the dye to the cover from which it is then transferred to the material. Our offset machines print on materials of various thicknesses (self-adhesive paper, label paper, cardboard, etc.), from 60 to 350 g/m2, in up to 6 colours with the possibility of varnishing.

The advantage of offset printing is a high level of detail and sharpness of the image, and the printing can be very accurate and consistent. Also, it allows fast printing large volumes, which makes it very economical for printing large runs.

What is it most commonly used for?

Most commonly used for:

  • printing paper labels
  • leaflets, memorandums
  • various stationery/publications
  • cardboard products, etc.

In addition to the printing itself, there are also great possibilities of finishing operations such as film printing, stamping or perforation that enable the ultimate final appearance of each product.

Sheet paper labels

Paper labels are most often printed for the food and beverage industry. They are delivered in bundles, and when applied, they are glued to fix them to the packaging. Such labels are printed on 80-90g/m2 paper.

Self-adhesive sheet labels

Print in up to 6 colours with the possibility of varnishing. They are delivered in sheets, by separating the label from its support, the adhesive remains on the label, so it can be attached to the packaging.


Making a wide range of printed documents such as memorandums, blocks, catalogues and the like. Printouts can be printed in different colours, sizes and formats, depending on the user's needs. Their functionality is achieved by using after-print finishes.


One-sided or multi-sided marketing material that complements the visual identity of your company.


most often made in this printing technique. A business paper that contains the company's header, logo, address and other relevant information, which gives it an official appearance.