Aktaprint Ltd. is offset printing house in Estonia established in 2000. The company’s turnover is 2,5 million euro in a year.

Aktaprint prints high quality products with variable postpress options: brochures, magazines, folders, flyers, die-cut prints, posters, calendars, postcards, document folders, books, packages, wobblers etc.

Aktaprint offers additional value-adding processing of products: foil printing, stamping, water varnish, drip-off varnish, UV-varnish etc. There are often produced photography related printing materials such as photo books Cheese, Lofo, Positiiv).

The staff is experienced and highly skilled. Aktaprint is determined to offer a friendly and flexible service with high quality and good price. The staff includes 33 people, and the customer service is in Estonian, English, Russian, Finnish, and Swedish.

From the early years Aktaprint has supported different events which are close to the heart, such as jazz festival Jazzkaar, Sõru Jazz, music festival Juu Jääb, and FIS World Cup in cross-country skiing, and nowadays the printing house also supports rollskating competition Saku Suverull, football club Kalev Tallinn, and sport club Kõrve Ring with printing materials.

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