Three companies in one. The strength of synergy.
Imoco spa, Europrint srl and Art Grafiche Friulane are three highly productive print work companies,
each with a strong specialisation in various printing sectors: lithographic (sheet and reel), typographic, flexographic,
screen printing, digital. Integrated companies, organised according to a proven synergistic strategic alliance.
The advantages are clear: better productive organisation, optimisation of acquisitions, use of the most suitable
technology and machinery, access to competitive external contacts and suppliers, 360 degree operational flexibility.
This is the value of synergy. This is Imoco Group.
Imoco started up in business in 1980 in Ponzano Veneto producing continuous form stationery. Three years later they moved to Villorba-Treviso implementing a range of products, with office supplies merchandising, and since the end of the 90s also incorporating sales of ribbon and specialising in printing neutral and flexo laser labels/sheets.
Arti Grafiche Friulane was set up in 1922 as a graphics workshop and publishing house, soon establishing itself as a reference point for organisations, companies and advertising agencies. In 2006 it joined Imoco Group, specialising in producing superior quality offset screen printed labels on reels. In 2013 the company moved to new premises in Fagagna - Udine - Italy.
Europrint started out as typographers and publishing house in 1978 and shortly became a lithographic company, equipping itself with machines at the cutting edge of technology. Today it is a company specialising in artistic and cultural products including esteemed photographic volumes, books of artwork, periodicals, catalogues or any product for corporate advertising communications.
Today the size of Imoco Group is a size that counts: 14,000 square metres, of which 2800 are under cover, at Imoco in Villorba, 5,700 at Europrint, with 5,200 covered, in Quinto di Treviso, 13,740 at Arti Grafiche Friulane in Fagagna, of which 2,315 are under cover. Interesting figures also in terms of the flexibility guaranteed by the logistical organisation. Let's call it added value.