OÜ Garisson Trükikoda
started out at the beginning of 1999 with two Adast Romayor printing machines for size A3. Back then the company had three employees.
Initially, we mainly focused on monochrome printed products, but due to the increasing demand for colour prints and growing printing volumes we purchased a Roland Favorit B2 printing machine in May 2002, which enabled us to undertake larger jobs with its greater sheet size and speed.
Since then, the printing house has been gradually and constantly developing.
- Wohlenberg SP-76 cutter in 2005
- Komori Sprint 26 2-colour printing press and Stahl K 78/4KTL folder in 2008
- A digital printing machine for publications with small print runs in 2010
- Relocation to larger premises at Turu 63, Tartu, in November 2011
- Replacement of the die cutter for Heidelberg Cylinder OHC S, size B2, at the beginning of 2012
- Supplementation of the postpress capacity with Morgana Auto Creaser Pro 33 creasing and perforating machine in 2012
- Acquisition of a new, more productive Xerox 252 digital printer at the end of 2012
- Addition of the long-awaited Agfa Palladio CTP line with Epson Stylus Pro 7600 proofer to prepress in May 2014
Our number of employees has now grown to 11 and we are able to perform jobs within a wide range of volumes and a variety of postpress processes. We print a large number of accounting forms and blanks (over 120 products in range) while cardboard packaging for the food industry and medical companies constitutes a significant portion of our products.
However, we are naturally not only focused on large customers but also on jobs with small print runs, backed by our extensive equipment pool.
Quality control is a crucial part of our work to ensure that delivered products meet the order specifications.
Our desire is to provide our customers with fast and pleasant service and offer the best prices. We try to ensure great flexibility in our deadlines and always accommodate our customers’ needs.
We strive to meet all your expectations!
The team of Garisson Trükikoda