New Grafkom member PNB Print – Changing focus to W Europe, looking for people in Scandinavia

Printing company PNB Print is the newest member of Grafkom. The Latvian print company has now increased its focus on Western Europe and particularly the Nordic region.

In total, exports account for 90% of PNB Print’s turnover. The company’s largest export markets are Denmark, Norway, the Benelux countries, as well as Great Britain and Germany. Germany has been the company’s main focus lately but PNB is now also looking to expand its business in Scandinavia.

PNB Print specializes in the manufacturing (printing and binding) of hard- and soft-cover books as well as web offset printed magazines and catalogues.

PNB Print has advanced technical and technological capabilities to bring production of the printed materials to a whole new level.

– We turn publishers’ ideas into stunning books of all shapes and sizes effectively, says PNB Print’s Head of the Board, Igor Rozanov.

– Modern production processes with innovative solutions allows us to fulfill almost any requirement with maximum efficiency, within a short time, at a reasonable price. The entire production process is carried out in-house, at our facilities, and is strictly controlled by modern, automatized quality control systems, in compliance with the requirements of the ISO standard.

Reducing the focus on Eastern Europe

In order to grow and lower the business risks PNB Print started to grow in the EU market and the market share has been growing from 30% to 60% within 5 years

– We are still in a position to grow in the EU market, so if anyone is interested to become our representative, he/she is highly welcome, says PNB Print’s Head of the Board, Igor Rozanov.

– Especially if you have a strong background in children’s literature which we believe is the most attractive segment today.

Looking for sales people in Scandinavia

PNB Print is able to serve different customers with their Komori 38S 16 page web offset press with 4 sections for BTB customers, catalogues and magazines.

Various offset machines 2 colour and 4 colour presses offer the possibility to serve book publishers all around Europe.

The turnover for PNB print has increased from 18 to 24 million EUR within the last 5 years.

The company is currently looking for 2-3 new sales specialists in Denmark and Sweden.

Have a look at the job description here.