About usPrinting house INPRESS
We are a Czech company with tradition
The beginning of the INPRESS chronicle dates back to 1990 when Mgr. Ivan Nadberežný started writing and printing it, implementing the first orders with his two employees and a single printing press. The other historical milestones of the company’s life are recorded below.
After almost three decades of its existence, INPRESS enjoys the position of a major printing services provider in the Czech Republic as well as abroad, its satisfied customers including a number of foreign businesses, in particular from Western European countries (France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Great Britain etc.).
Our customers can enjoy the benefits of our fine-tuned production capacities, top quality and premium customer services in the production of catalogues, leaflets, calendars, booklets, magazines, instruction manuals, annual reports, business materials, books, posters and other products of the printing craft.
Mgr. Ivan Nadberežný
Employing people with disabilities – placing orders for the purpose of duty
Back in 2008, considering our long-standing support of social projects in the local community, we decided to establish a subsidiary offering employment opportunities exclusively to our disabled associates. Our sheltered workshop can offer completion, special packaging and finalisation of your orders, offering you the possibility to meet your statutory duty to offer employment to disabled people. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you be interested in placing such an order.
1990 – Mgr. Ivan Nadberežný sets up Ivan Nadberežný-INPRESS, a sole proprietorship. Having two employees, a leased hall and a single printing machine, he implements the first orders.
1993 – the company moves for the first time to the building at Husova 65, at the time with 10 employees, 2 printing machines and small finishing production
1994 – the purchase of the first Apple computers for prepress as well as an addition of a screen printing exposure unit
1995 – the first sales representation in Prague
1996 – purchase of the first Heidelberg H74 Speedmaster printing machine (one of the first installations in the Czech Republic)
1998 – the first major modernization of the finishing production (new V1 line, new cutter, new perfect binding machine)
1999 – a broad expansion of our Prague office, with an addition of a prepress and graphic studio
2000 – INPRESS a.s. established – given the flourishing business, a gradual transformation from sole ownership to a joint-stock company begins
2004–2005 – further broad expansion of the business – production partially moved to a new production hall, with 12 new machines installed
2007 – January: the sales department, the studio and the company management fully moved to the new hall, completing the entire moving process of the business
2010 – a sheltered workshop for finishing works established
2011 – new machines installed – new CTP B1, HD 74-5 printing press, digital printing press
2013 – 2 additional folding machines and 1 hot-melt gluing machine added to our bookbinding equipment
2015 – a new Canon digital printing machine installed (higher productivity and top printing quality)
2016 – printing operation certified to ISO 12-647/2013, the latest ISO standard
2017 – installation of 10 new technologies for the finishing production (new folding machines, calendar binding etc.).