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Our services include the printing of brochures, booklets, catalogues, and much more, from Start to finish, we strive to fulfill your needs every step of the way.

In this way, we ensure that your ideas come to life. 


We also offer the following services, 

collating, drilling, binding, die- cutting, folding, stitching, UV coat and varnishing.

  • All corporate stationery

  • Continuous stationery

  • Catalogues

  • Magazines

  • Flyers

  • NCR books

  • Folders

  • Calendars

  • Note pads

  • Etc



The many benefits for digital printing are cost-effective short runs, fast turnarounds, the ability to personalize, reduced costs and so on.  

One of the key differences between digital and litho printing is how the ink reacts with the media. With offset, ink is absorbed into the paper and with digital, dry ink rests on top of the paper.  Offset requires large quantities to be printed whilst digital can print as little as one, however don't be fooled the break-even point can be reached very soon depending on quantities. Size of the paper and finished product plays an important role in deciding how we print the job, be it digital or offset.


In addition with technology improvments we can now control the digital and offset quality and colour is no longer such a big issue weather we print one job digital and the other offset.


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A very popular method for producing personalised garments, screen printing produces excellent quality, long-lasting results and is great value for large volume orders.

It’s better suited to artwork with spot colours as opposed to photographs or full colour prints with gradients.

A separate screen is required for each colour in the design, so, the fewer colours in your design, the less it costs to print. When printing onto coloured garments a base layer is required to ensure the print is bright and vibrant.