The turn of the last century was a time of rapid economic growth and possibilities in Estonia. Printon printing house was established at the initiative of K&0 Service printing company and DD Kirjastus publishing house in 2000. We started from scratch with a goal to become one of the largest sheet printing houses in Estonia.

Under the leadership of owner Tarmo Orasmäe, Printon made its first investments, overcame difficulties and entered the printing business with panache.

Printon’s growth has been stable. The company set a course on branching out to foreign markets in 2004. Entry to the Finnish market turned out to be a major success and by now we have expanded our sales activities to 17 countries. We hold the FSC Chain of Custody Certificate and the ISO 9001 Quality Management Certificate.

In 2016, Estonia’s largest investment company Infortar purchased a holding in Printon and merged it with Vaba Maa printing house, which specialises in security printing. From March 2019, the Infortar Group is the sole owner of Printon.

As of spring 2018, the comprehensive sheet printing house formed as a result of the merger of two printing houses operates at new production facilities at Peterburi maantee 81.

Printon’s product portfolio consists mainly of books and advertisements. 90% of our output is printed in-house and to date we export more than 60% of our overall production.

Printon and Vaba Maa company employs 83 people.

  • We strive to be the best printing partners to our clients—in terms of quality, delivery speed and service alike.
  • We believe that each job should, above all, involve cooperation with the client. Our work is based on the client’s wishes and needs. We are always available and ready to offer special solutions.
  • The experience, thoughtfulness and professional commitment of our employees ensure that the printing house continues to offer high-quality printing services.

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