The world's greenest printing house
KLS PurePrint wants to be the world's greenest printing house based on sustainable values.
We want to contribute to a better future for people and the natural environment. The way to do that, is to continuously implement the circular way of thinking when it comes to technology and biology.
THE HISTORY OF KLS PUREPRINT
From a letterpress at home to the world's greenest printing house
Preben Larsen operated his first manual printing machine in his parents' kitchen in 1946. His father Knud and he printed business cards and stationery here. The family business worked hard to survive, and despite much adversity it was successful. Up through the early 1960s, the shop expanded from two men and a kitchen table to 22 men, 600 m2 and a number of printing machines, and since then it evolved into a modern industrial company.
QUALITY AND GMP
High quality without errors
Since the 1990s, KLS Pureprint has worked to make production as efficient and cost effective as possible. ISO 9001 certification is a standard that ensures uniform and high quality without errors, and as continuous improvements are required, the level of quality keeps increasing.
The equipment is key in achieving a quality result
KLS PurePrint has built up an extensive complement of printing equipment capable of delivering all types of graphics products. Three full size printing machines from Heidelberg and KBA, the industry's reputable suppliers, make up the core of the production process.
COLOUR PROFILES AND PDF EXPORT OPTIONS
Our recommended ICC profiles can be downloaded here. In addition, you can download our colour settings for Photoshop and InDesign and PDF job options for use with InDesign or Acrobat Distiller.
KLS printed matter is based on the ISO 12647-2 standard, and we therefore use ICC profiles from eci.org, an organisation that produces and maintains the ICC profiles that have become standard for European printing companies.