2015 - we doubled production capacity in the magazine printing service. New equipment - KOMORI 38S  (web offset press for magazine printing), Primera MÜLLER MARTINI (saddle stitcher) and DOMINO Bitjet+ (digital printing system for in-line printing of addresses and personalization) were installed.

2013  - we set up the soft-cover book gluing machine Alegro 6.

2013 - we obtained OHSAS 18001 certificate, that approves implementation of the work safety and occupational health system.

2012 - the certificate Nordic Ecolabel was received. In January 2012 we obtained the certificate Nordic Swan or Nordic Ecolabe, which approves that we are environment friendly company and it refers to both the used paper, chemicals and the energy resources.

2011  - the certificate FSC® was received. This is in an international conscious forestry certificate, which ensures environmentally friendly, socially considerate and profitable forest management.

2010- the certificates ISO 9001:2008  and ISO 14001:2004  were received thus witnessing the company has created a unified quality management and environment system.

2009  - Established a successful cooperation with new export customers as a result export volume tripled.

2008 - installed two inserting lines: ProLiner  (for newspaper inserting) and Onyx Rubin (for magazine inserting), as well as Merchandise Tipper  (gluing of advertising inserts) and Compact  (rotary disc knife).

2006 – New machines - KOMORI 38S  (printing press) and Bravo Plus MÜLLER MARTINI(a finishing line) were installed.

2003 - A new printing machine Solna D 400  for newspapers was installed.

2000 - Both production units (tipogrāfija Mūkusala and Diena-Repro) are situated in the same building and have one name – Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala, Mūkusalas street 15a, Riga.

1998 - Goss Community – a press for printing newspapers was installed.

1996 – Ceremonial opening of the tipogrāfija Mūkusala and we started to print newspapers.

1993 – The beginning of Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala. JSC Diena established a structural unit Diena-Repro as one of the first prepress studios in the Baltic States. In a short while Diena-Repro became the leading company in its field.