Offset printing is still the most popular type of printing, which has long been regarded as a classic method of printing. The printing is done with the offset presses and is very simple in itself: the original image is transferred to the offset plates, from which the image is transferred to a rubber roll and then printed on the printing material.

You can obtain the images with any number of colours by offset printing.

Offset printing is characterized by its fast printing speed and high quality, clean and sharp images, making it perfect for the high volume full-colour jobs such as – newspapers, catalogues, posters;

It is beneficial for the production runs starting from 500 copies and up to the unlimited quantities;

Offset printing produces high-quality sharp images also when the printing is done on a textured paper, as offset rubber adapts to the texture of the print surface, it uses less colour and dries quickly when applied;

Offset printing ensures the most accurate matching of colours and tones;

Offset printing technology can print not only in CMYK colours but also in pantones (including gold and silver), foil, matte and gloss varnishes to create rich colour images;

With this technology, the printed material can be coated with UV varnish, which results in deeper, more vivid colours with a mirror gloss. In offset printing, it is possible to separately varnish certain details in the image, it is called the figure varnish, which creates a strong contrast that cannot be achieved by digital printing.

Traditional offset printing products – magazines, newspapers, posters, booklets, business cards, letterheads, envelopes, note papers, cards, stickers, labels, calendars, tickets, waybills, books, paper bags, cardboard packaging boxes, maps, etc.