Sheet-fed presses in full operation on two offset presses

Rotary Press

Mitsubishi A full-format horizontal offset press, Mitsubishi B half-format vertical offset press

For large-volume printed materials such as flyers, we use a rotary printing press. This shortens delivery time and enables in-line processing up to folding. The high speed of our rotary presses is complemented by a number of automated and quality-stabilizing facilities, including full options, CTP, CIP3/4, and automatic ink supply, enabling us to handle a wide variety of products in small to large lots.

Sheet-fed Printing Press

Ryobi MHI four-color chrysanthemum machine

Equipped with a full-line digital printing system that makes full use of the latest technology, the CTP and CIP3 systems ensure stable quality and produce highly accurate printed materials at low cost. This is a high-performance sheetfed press that boasts a higher level of perfection by introducing a number of the latest technologies that are at the forefront of the times.


Two cutting machines and two folding machines (flat and round) are equipped to handle all specifications, from 2-fold/4-fold to DM fold and 6-ply bellows fold. We can also produce 40-page saddle-stitched books on a Horizon simple binding machine. In addition, an automated stacker for cutting and stacking paper is also available to assist in the manual stacking of paper.


We can handle everything from assembling, sealing, and shipping operations.


FSC®Unlike conventional recycled paper containing used paper, certified paper is paper that has been managed so that it does not contain wood from properly treated forests and problematic wood such as illegally logged wood, etc. By managing paper with the FSC® mark so that it is not mixed with other paper and making products This will help to support forest conservation more than ever before.


Obtained Butterfly Mark

ISHII Corporation is working on waterless printing as part of its efforts to protect the environment.

Water development - No strong alkali developing chemicals are used.

The waterless version is a water development method that does not produce any harmful waste liquid. Wastewater after the development process can be discharged into the sewage system, while PS plates must be collected as specially controlled industrial waste due to the generation of strong alkali developing wastewater with a PH of 12 or higher.

Waterless printing - No fountain solution containing IPA is used.

The silicone rubber layer on the surface of the waterless plate corresponds to the fountain solution of a conventional water-based plate and repels ink. Therefore, no dampening solution containing harmful substances such as etchant or IPA is used.


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