This is also known as litho or offset printing, the lithographic printing process has been aroundfor centuries, and despite modern advancements in the industry such as digital print technologies, litho still remains a popular choice for producing high quality, high volume prints.


Involves the creation of printing plates which are treated in such a way that, when ink is applied, the wet non-image areas repel the oil-based inks(oil and water do not mix), adhering only to the images to be printed. The ink is then transferred onto a rubber blanket which is then pressed onto the paper or other substrate as it is pulled through the machine.



  1. Most cost effective printing process for large print runs (unit cost goes down as quantity goes up)
  2. Flexible in terms of paper stock, sizes and textures
  3. Allows the widest range of colour re-production
  4. Unrivalled image quality



  1. Annual Reports
  2. Business Cards
  3. Brochures
  4. Catalogues
  5. Newsletters
  6. Folders
  7. Company Profiles
  8. Company stationery
  9. Full colour books
  10. Leaflets/Fliers
  11. Pamphlets