We started our business in 1994 as a studio for prepress, graphic design and imagesetting services. In less than 5 years we became a market leader in the region, providing services to the majority of printing  houses (over 200 at that time).

At the beginning of the century, with the introduction of new digital technologies,we became more and more oriented towards digital printing in its two varieties: sheet and wide-format printing. In 2001, we bought our first wide-format roller printer, and in the period 2003-2005, we made a stage investment in a sheet colour industrial printer from Xerox and direct imaging offset color press from Heidelberg. Over the next years, our machine parc expanded further and was renovated in both directions: wide-format (flexible, rigid and textile) printing and sheet (digital and offset) printing. Currently Impress uses an up-to-date equipment and closed manufacturing process.We work with a wide variety of media – paper, cardboard, corrugated, foam board, foil (PP, PET, PVC, ABS, etc.), vinyl and plastic. Our company specialize in the production of packaging and POS products – cardboard and corrugated paper packaging; displays, stoppers, wobblers, shelf strips, neck hangers, etc. We also produce standard advertising and information products – folders, notepads, envelopes, personalization cards, flags, banners, shop window and car stickers, lorry tarpaulin covers; menus, flyers, brochures, catalogues, posters, signs, etc.  


What makes us stand out in the packaging and POS printing  market is the ability to implement unconventional projects with short deadlines, creative thinking, deep media and printing knowledge . Our technological capability to produce various sized products in small or medium runs allows us to be flexible in our price policy. We mainly serve customers from the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and healthcare industry, commercial offices and advertising agencies. The result of our work and determination to manufacture quality products is that more than 35% of them are exported in France, Germany, Netherlands, UK , Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.