The contract for purchase of new printing equipment has been signed.

At the end of 2014, Ltd. “Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala” signed a contract with “Komori” for purchase of a new magazine printing press KOMORI 38S.

By mid-2015, the Ltd. “Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala” will expand its printing plant by installing another new magazine printing press. Over the last years, the company pays increasing attention to development of export market, thereby the volume of exports continues to grow every year. Currently, a quarter of all production is exported to 10 countries, including Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Germany, etc.

The new printing press will allow to double magazine production capacity. This will make it possible not only to complete customers’ orders in more favourable timeframes, but also to undertake new challenges alongside the development of export market.

Tony Carter, the Director of distributor Sales at „Komori International Europe”, says:
„Komori is  delighted to continue its relationship with the “Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala”. Our long-term relationship is based on our ability to offer such printing equipment that allows the Ltd. "Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala" to successfully compete with the leading printing companies in Europe. For “Komori”, customer satisfaction is very important and we look forward to a rewarding and successful future as partners …”

Visvaldis Trokša, the Chairman of the Board of the Ltd.  “Poligrāfijas grupa Mūkusala”, says: „Production process of the new printing press in Japan has already started. „Komori” has been producing printing machines for over 90 years. The company's wide experience, high professionalism and our previous experience of collaboration give us confidence of a successful implementation of the project this year as well.”



The project “Purchase of new printing equipment” which is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, is being implemented in cooperation with the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (contract No. L-APV-14-0120) . Implementation of the project is expected by July 31, 2015.