Printing business and promotional products with the largest selection of machinery in Estonia since 1998.

20 years of experience.

We have the exact knowledge about the technologies, machines and methods best suitable for the specific desired result.

Speed and flexibility.

As most work is carried out here in Estonia, we can safely say that the job is done quickly and in a flexible manner.

Large selection.

Having the largest network of suppliers ensures that every customer can find a suitable product.


Many resellers turn to us as the production takes place on-site and the results are respectable.

As our production takes place here in Estonia, we are quick and flexible.

We use the best production technology for the desired result.


Silk screen printing can be done on many different products and materials. The paint coat has excellent surface coverage, the result is durable and resistant to fading.


During DTG printing a digital image is printed straight onto the product, using the newest technology of garment printing. This process allows printing high quality full colour image straight to the fabric without making printing frames which makes producing single units and small batches faster and cheaper.


Machine embroidery is the process of creating logos or images on the products using thread and needle. The image is embroidered onto the product by an embroidery machine, using a program drawn by the designer.


Heat transfer printing is a good method to apply logos on clothes and other textile products, especially when printing on a single product or small batches because there’s no difficult and expensive preparation process.


Pad Printing is the best method for applying logos on round, concave or unevenly shaped products. This allows for printing very fine lines and detailed shapes which otherwise would be impossible to do, for example, with silk screen printing.


With sublimation printing, the image isn’t transferred on the surface of the product, rather, it is infused inside the material in such a way that it’s not possible to feel the difference by hand whether the surface has received a print or not.