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The Most Modern Printing Plant in the Baltic Countries

The Printall Printing Plant was founded in 1971 and printed its first newspaper here in September of that year. Over the years, we have acquired invaluable knowledge concerning the needs of our customers and learned to guarantee maximum printing quality.

Printall is oriented to continuous development. We opened the most modern printing plant in the Baltic countries in 2004. Most of the periodicals that are published in Estonia and a large portion of advertising publications are printed here.

Printall prints

– high-quality periodicals and newspapers,
– advertising materials, product catalogues and services catalogues, and annual reports,
– soft-cover books,
– all manner of other printed matter.

There are no restrictions. Our facilities use top-of-the-line technology and are capable of providing much more than customers have thus far even known about. The opening of the new printing plant proved to be a powerful motor for Printall’s business undertakings. Since 2005, we have been at the top of the ranking chart listing printing plants issued by the Äripäev (Business Day), Estonia’s leading financial newspaper. As of 1998, Printall AS is owned by the Ekspress Grupp media company, which in the spring of 2007 became the first media enterprise in the Baltic countries to trade its shares on the stock exchange.

Printall on the International Market

The proportion of Printall’s export production is over 65% of total turnover. We have customers in Sweden, Norway, Russia, Finland, Denmark, the Baltic countries, England, Holland, France, and Germany. Through our customers in the abovementioned countries, our printed matter also makes its way to China, the US, and Africa – in other words, throughout the world.

Printall operates according to the ISO12 647 standard, which conforms to the standards of UGRA/Fogra Forschungsgesellchaft Druck e. V. In addition to printing, we can transport finished products anywhere in the world. Our enterprise employs almost 200 people.

Margus Liivamägi, Printall’s Sales Director

“Estonia’s working environment is significantly more flexible compared to Scandinavia and the rest of Europe. We manage to be at the service of our customers 24 hours a day and seven days a week, and that way we make the lives of our customers both simple and possible.”