Printing in Germany
Since the invention of the printing press in 1440 by the German inventor Johannes Gutenberg, Germany has been a pioneer and leader in print technology and innovation. This high level of innovation combined with Germany's highly developed manufacturing infrastructure, have secured Germany's position as the world renowned leader in Printing.
Today the German print market is more vibrant and more accessible than ever. Highly specialized manufacturing, utilizing the latest German technology, maximizes efficiency and reduces costs. Germany's central geographic location in Europe and recent advances in financial markets and communication tools help to keep logistic costs low. The introduction of the Euro and proliferation of the internet and online consumption offer consumers improved access to the world's most technologically advanced print industry. This is highlighted by German competitiveness in both niche segments as well as highly commoditized segments, where pricing is often a leading driver of sales.
Ongoing innovation and technological advances, highly specialized manufacturing and favourable geographic positioning have helped to secure Germany's place as the world leader in print. German made printed products are the number one choice for European consumers and forth choice for consumers globally. Customers may rest assured that German Printed products and services offer the highest level quality, technical competency, and competitive pricing. The entire print value chain, from prepress services to final production pieces to delivery logistics services are subject to the highest level of quality and standards.