One of the largest in Lithuania

UAB Grafija is the second largest producer of commercial printing products in Lithuania


Turnover
> 20 million
euros

The annual turnover of the printing-house exceeds 20 million euros


Quality systems

Vilniaus pakuotė, Grafija’s subsidiary company, is certified according to ISO, GMP and FSC management systems. The above standards are introduced and complied with throughout Grafija printing-house.


Investments
4.5 million euros
annually

This year, the printing-house has updated its printing, adhesion and packaging equipment.



Grafija printing-house is one of the leaders in production of commercial printing in Lithuania. The available extensive technical resources and expertise of the employees allow us producing a wide range of printed products quickly. We are capable of performing even the most complex printing orders of a large run.        

Available printing equipment and formats:

List of services provided in Grafija:

  • B1 format (HEIDELBERG CD-102) 6 colors, polishing
  • B1 format (KBA 106) 6 colors, UV-polishing
  • B2 format (Man Roland 202) 2 colors
  • B2 format (Man Roland 505) 5 colors, polishing
  • B3 format (HEIDELBERG SM-52) 5 colors
  • B3 format (Minolta) digital

Quality systems introduced in the printing-house in accordance with the following standards:

  • ISO 9001 Quality Management System
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Protection Management System
  • ISO 27001 Information Security Management System
  • GMP – accepted good production practice standards in the production of food and medicine packaging
  • FSC – FSC production chain standards management system (CoC)
  • Design and layout;
  • Offset printing;
  • Screen printing;
  • Digital printing;
  • Foiling;
  • Numbering and personalization of products;
  • Binding of books;
  • Production of lottery tickets;
  • Production of transport tickets;
  • Production of calendars;
  • Printing of advertising products;
  • Creasing;
  • Perforation;
  • Folding from A1; A2 and other formats (max 6 folds);
  • Foiling;
  • Embossing;
  • Seal;
  • Numbering;
  • Application of scratch layer;
  • Cutting formats A1, A2, A3;
  • Laminating A2;
  • Production hardcover books;
  • Binding;
  • Sewing;
  • Inserting in the thermo-film;
  • Production of plastic food wrap;
  • Printing on cardboard (up to 1.2 mm) and plastic;
  • Production of a variety of plastic cards;
  • Production of bags;
  • Cutting;