Estonian Kprint has invested 5 million euros during the economic turmoil

Estonian print house Kprint started off 2023 with a major investment in production equipment. The investment will help reduce the company’s carbon footprint significantly as well as provide a better service to customers in the Nordic region, the company states in an article on its website.

– Both our offset and digital printing machines are being replaced – we’re exchanging our 5-color Heidelberg CX102 for an 8-color XL106 and the HP Indigo 7900 is being replaced by a larger format HP Indigo 12000. The purpose of the investments is to increase our international competitiveness, added value, and certainly reducing environmental impacts through energy and resource savings, says Rait Rebane, CEO of Kprint.

Rebane adds that the investments not only make the production faster and more effective, but also that the machines give new possibilities for the company in terms of products and services.

– We will be able to offer a wider range of products and printing options, with better quality and efficiency, thanks to the new machines. But it is also important to note that we are not just selling products, we are providing solutions for our customers. Our focus is on developing partnerships and solutions that create added value for our customers, says Rebane.

The Estonian CEO also points at the advantage of being able to combine traditional offset printing with digital Indigo technology.

– The combination of two new printing devices creates excellent synergy between traditional offset printing and future technology Indigo. Our customers will certainly feel this, as our value proposition grows more complete in terms of production capabilities, deadlines, quality, and in some cases, pricing, says Rebane.