Offset printing (as opposed to digital printing or print-on-demand) is the highest quality printing available. Every comic book or children’s book on the shelves of your local store was printed offset, because the saturated colors and authentic feel of offset printing can’t be replicated by digital print-on-demand processes which use laser toner instead of ink. Also, of supreme importance for businesses and publishers alike, it has the lowest per-unit price of any printing method available.


We continuously innovate in order to provide smarter and more creative solutions to the customers and industries we serve.  Wedrive innovations in research and development by using new techniques, materials and processes. Innovation is not only good for business, it is essential to our sustainable development strategies, ensuring that we can continue leading the way in finding creative and high-tech solutions. We do this to help clients to meet the demands of a diverse and dynamic market and the expectations of today’s socially and environmentally conscious consumers and in addition, to differentiate them from their competitors.

Our in-house design team collaborates quickly; creating thoughtful, desirable and innovative solutions and the communication devices that carry them to market.

Graphic design, pack shapes, book styles, special printing features and hotstamping, embossing… are just some of the options which we adopt every day.

The mission of the Innovation Department is to offer a “one-stop-shop” from concept through to the production of high quality packaging & books. Our Innovation Department consists of technically skilled engineers covering all aspects of printing and converting for the book & packaging business.

In order to provide our clients with the best service possible, our specialists are able to offer a complete “turn- key” project management service, including:

§  idea and concept development

§  proof of concept

§  prototypes

§  feasibility and testing

§ printing and converting



Have we uncovered needs the customer was unaware of?


Have we accurately calculated costs?

Receipt of Order:

Do we have a proper grasp of the customers’ demands?

Do we have the technical development capabilities to create new production methods?

Production Instructions:

Have we issued production instructions that are proper in light of quality, cost, and delivery requirements?


Starprint’s TPM High-quality products built by people and facilities:

Development of personnel with a keen sense for facilities and quality.

Safe, clean working environment

ISO 9000 Series:

Stable facility maintenance and management

Production: Have we delivered the quality the customer demands?


Have we properly inspected the product?


Have we assembled an appropriate shipping system?

Have we delivered the product on time?