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"Think global, act local" - this has been Interprint's philosophy for over 50 years. With approximately 1,300 employees worldwide, 390 of which are based at the headquarters in Arnsberg, Interprint is one of the leading décor printers. Interprint already broke new ground when it was founded in 1969 and expanded the wood-based material market with a new dimension: the surface. Since then, Interprint has constantly reinvented itself: Milestones such as the introduction of digital printing, Press Play or the overcoming of the classic décor trend collection demonstrate the company's innovative strength. And this was further strengthened in 2019: Since last year, Interprint has been part of the Japanese Toppan Group, which multiplied the product variety and technical possibilities. The décors design the surfaces of numerous wood-based materials that are processed into furniture or flooring and used in interior design.
- Toppan group
- Jens Bauer
- Line of business
- Decorative paper, digital print, Xelio, melamine film, Premeer
- conventional decor printing & digital printing
- 390 in Arnsberg
more than 1,300 worldwide
- Production sites
- Germany, Brasil, China, Malaysia, Poland, Russia, USA
- Germany, Brasil, China, Italy, Malaysia, Poland, Russia, Spain, South Africa, Turkey, USA
- 361 Mio. Euro (2019)
Current press releases
Interprint takes care of young talent and commences training year 2020
Not even this unusual “Corona” year is an exception for Interprint, a decor printer from Arnsberg. Here, fostering young talent and helping trainees acquire skills in various professions are still of utmost importance. On 3 August, as many as six trainees joined the Interprint Team.
Interprint: Looking back on EuroShop 2020
The kind of booth you’d find in a comic book Colourful, eye-catching but also an absolute delight from the graphical point of view. Interprint demonstrated its digital side at EuroShop 2020, which took place from 16 to 20 February in Düsseldorf. The company’s booth had something from a pop-up shop, thus attracting the attention of a brand new type of attendee. Architects, designers and creative minds working in interior design met up in hall 11 for a chat.
Interprint purchases a third digital printing machine
The future is digital. We at Interprint are certain of that. Our Arnsberg-based company was the first enterprise worldwide to provide industrial digital print with our single-pass inkjet machine. We have been offering this service since 2015. Our second digital printing machine began operation in autumn 2019. We used our previous experience for developing this machine and for optimising the colours and materials. The result: an improved print head technology and a higher resolution. A perfect way to provide creative implementations in small as well as large quantities.