The SME started as a family business in 1991, and it since then gradually developed into a well-established SME on the domestic and foreign markets. The company is well recognized in the field of textile printing, and is particularly appreciated on the market thanks to its mastering of the technique of screen printing.
Screen printing is a technique whereby a mesh is used for transferring ink onto a substrate, except in areas impermeable to the ink. The technique of screen printing is generally prized for its versatility, quality, and for having in the past achieved success and popularity in settings such as the Pop art culture.
The Slovenian SME is currently among the few companies in Central Europe to cultivate this traditional technique and to apply it to textile products and clothing. By means of the screen printing technique, the SME produces original prints on blankets and blanket covers, towels, clothes, shirts, t-shirts, scarfs, foulards, handkerchiefs, aprons and a variety of accessories such as handbags and fashion accessories.
Prints are produced on a variety of textiles and fabrics, including: cotton, jeans and linen. In addition, the company is developing its own offer of products for customers, including handbags with original motives, unique t-shirts, gifts, kitchen linen.
The SME has business relations with domestic firms and shops in Slovenia as well as with firms (including hotels, restaurants etc.) located in Austria, Croatia, Italy and in the UK.
The company is now looking to further expand its network, increase the number of international collaborations and find new business opportunities within the European market.
Cooperation is envisaged under two possible alternatives. The company could either print its original design motives on its own textiles, thereby providing finished products to the customers (under manufacturing agreements); alternatively, the company would receive fabrics and textiles from the business partners with specified printing motives, and would then deliver back the printed product to the customer (outsourcing agreements).