GZH NOMINATED FOR EUROPEAN BUSINESS AWARDS 2016/17

The European Business Awards (EBA) is a renowned competition that recognizes innovation and business success, with a view to further strengthening the business community across Europe. It has been running since 2007, and this year GZH was nominated for the first time into the first round, in which national winners for each of the 12 award category are selected.

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NEW TOP BINDING MACHINES

Following the market demand for increasing innovation in processing, so the printed product is as attractive, and to increase the power of communications towards customers, with the investment in a new binding machine earlier this year, GZH has begun to modernize and increase the capacity for softbound and hardbound publications.

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GZH receives prestigious print quality certificate PSO (ISO 12467-2)

PSO (Process Standard Offset) is an internationally recognized standard developed through the cooperation of Fogra, Graphic Technology Research Association, and German Printing and Media Industries Federation (BvDM). It is based on the provisions of ISO 12467-2, and it prescribes the quality of the entire process of print production – from preparing print files, print proofs and printing plates to printing and finished products, with continuous controlled colour management.

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New thread sewing machine installed

Müller Martini Ventura MC200, a thread sewing machine of the highest level of automation currently present on the market,  constructed using modular techniques and intelligent servo technology, has recently become a part of our production  production equipment at the Department of Finishing and Binding.

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London Book Fair

For almost 50 years, one of the most significant fairs in the publishing industry has been organized each year in London. With more than 25,000 attendees and 1,700 exhibitors from 124 countries, it is the second-largest and second most important fair, following the Frankfurt Book Fair. The fair features a different country or region each year, with the purpose of popularising reading and local authors.

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New visual identity

As a result of keeping up with market expansion and fulfilling the need to increase market recognition, the Graphic Institute of Croatia  introduced its new visual identity. It includes a revised logotype that is up-to-date with the trends thanks to its fresh and straightforward shape, and which simultaneously preserves a part of tradition by featuring 1874 as the year of establishment of the company. The new logo is more adjusted to dynamic developments on the market, which has always offered opportunities for GZH to act as a reliable printing partner, inspiring absolute consumer confidence. Our goal is to further strengthen our market-leading position.

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