history

Printing house was set in 1945 by Ignacy Marcinkowski and it has been working until now although it had several owners.

Since 1960s onwards it was: Printing House named after Kasprzaka in Poznań, next, since 1982 RSW Książka Prasa Ruch – branch of Printing House in Pila. Then, since May 1, 1991 Mr. Stanisław Sitek became the owner of the printing house. The machinery and all equipment was acquired from Printing House in Pila. The machinery has been modernized and replaced from typographic to offset, typosetting department has been changed into DTP studio. Printing house gained new customers due to printing books, magazines, advertising leaflets, job printing, labels, posters and many other printed matters requested by customers. The offer range has been extended by stamps, binding of diploma thesis and external advertising.

After Mr. Sitek’s death i.e. Fabruary 16, 2004, his wife – Teresa and son Paweł Sitek became owners of the printing house. Mr. Paweł Sitek had been production manager for some years before that date.
In 2005/2006 an investment was completed which resulted in increasing of production area and purchasing of modern, fully automated Adast Dominant 745 CVP offset machine. In 2012 the company moved to new location in Lubasz, Nowa street, 24. This is where a new chapter in the 70-year history of the printing house has been opened. New location enabled substantial increase of the company area. Today the production halls of 1700m2 are owned by the company. This enabled extension of machine park.