No matter what your needs are, we can provide the most appropriate solution. Although there are several printing methods including silk screen, letterpress and gravure the main ones used for the majority of jobs are digital, litho and web offset.
Ideal for smaller runs and/or when a quick turnaround is necessary. Digital printing is also used for personalisation and templated jobs with variable elements. The beauty of digital is that it can make production of a single item, or very few, economic.
Sheet fed litho
The vast majority of corporate stationery, business forms and marketing literature is printed litho. Once we have discussed print specifications and run lengths with you we are able to ascertain, and provide estimates for, both litho and digital print options to decide which method is most appropriate for you. At this stage you may like to consider recycled paper and your Account Manager can advise accordingly.
Very long runs are printed web offset. Although the paper stocks are more limited than conventional sheet-fed litho the unit costs can be significantly lower by using this printing technique. If a specification/run length was borderline we would present you with a fully researched proposal as to which method was most appropriate for your project, sheet fed or web offset.