Printing for you for more than 50 years
Svoboda Press s.r.o. is currently the largest printing house in the Czech Republic with the fifty plus years tradition. The company has been founded in 1953, incorporating several printing companies in Prague in the process.
In the course of its existence, the company fostered a number of prominent printers, typographers, lithographers, and other professionals in the printing industry. From the very outset, our company has been a trailblazer in introducing and implementing the newest technologies. During its history the company underwent dynamic evolution from the gravure letter press and sheet fed offset, in gradual transformation up to the web offset printing. At the present time, our printing house operates five high volume web offset presses including the newest Lithoman IV 64. Thanks to this, Svoboda Press s.r.o. can offer to its clients comprehensive services in web offset printing from pre-press, through printing, up to finishing treatment.
Dates and facts
- The company established in 1953
- The first heat set operations in Central Europe
- The biggest heat printer in the Czech Republic
- Current number of employees 265
- 63 000 t – annual paper consumption
- Annual sales - 1,8 billion CZK
- ISO 27001 Certificate
- ISO 9001 Certificate
- ISO 12647 Certificate
- ISO 14001 Certificate
- OHSAS 18001 Certificate
- FCS Certificate
- PEFC Certificate
The Svoboda Press s.r.o. printing house specializes at high volume web offset production. Primary and typical products of the company are full-colour magazines, catalogues and other advertisement publications – brochures, flyers, leaflets, etc. Final outputs/products are as follows: folded and online trimmed to final size sections, spineglued or stitched (2 staples) on line finished products, off line stitched or perfect bound catalogues or magazines. PDF files are transferred via net to our FTP server to dedicated address.
Pre-press, printing, and finishing treatment, are performed completely at the Svoboda Press premises, in Prague 10 – Malešice.