Printing and design service in Riga

anno Riga 1997
  • Large Volume Printing (Offset)
  • Medium Volume Printing (Digital Printing)
  • Small Volume Printing (Screen Printing)
  • large-format Printing
  • Package Production
  • Design

What do we produce?


For Daily Office Needs

  • Forms
  • Business Cards Online
  • Envelopes
  • Stamps
  • Folders

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Company Promotional Material

  • Booklets Online
  • Brochures
  • Catalogues
  • Posters
  • Stickers

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For Publishers

  • Books
  • Magazines
  • Newspapers

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Presentation materials

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Printing

  • Offset
  • Digital Printing
  • Screen Printing
  • Large-format Printing

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Postprocessing Services B2b

  • Laminating
  • Engraving
  • Stapling
  • Binding
  • Folding

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Paper Bags


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Package

  • Stickers
  • Boxes
  • Labels
  • Corrugated Pack

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The products you can order from us:





MonochromeFull color


Contacts


Natālija

Do what you love, and love what you do!

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tel: +371 29837021

Linards

Good job when done, good request when answered!

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tel: +371 28497019

Egils

Always try to be an optimist!

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tel: +371 67828847


Ints

20 years experience on Youtube. Over 300 million video previews.

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tel: +371 28335499

Mārtiņš

Want to do your job efficiently – write to me!

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tel: +371 26458335



Why choose us?


High products quality

We print our products on top quality paper. We use printing and finishing equipment that has been tested for years. In the final stage, the quality control is performed, and each product is checked before packing.

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Independent production

Our production facility has everything you need
for high-quality manufacturing of ordered
product.


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Best prices

We can offer you the best price as
we produce independently.

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Right technology

The equipment used for production has been tested for years. We have minimized manual work and checked all the materials required for production process.

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Competent professionals

Our staff – from the layout designer, working on design, to the packers – has technology in place to prevent mistakes in production process. Each stage is designed to guard against errors.

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Short production cycle

Good equipment and professionals is the key to a quick production. We are always ready to meet client’s needs to produce anything in a short time.

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Feedback


"We have been cooperating with NRJ for several years and are satisfied with the quality of its services provided and invariably on-time delivery as well."

Anda Bukonte Maxima Latvija

"Supportive and understanding. They listen and find a solution even when the order was needed yesterday. And that’s all without sacrificing the quality."

Dace ZitmaneSeesam Insurance AS

We have been cooperating with NRJ in advertising field for more than a decade, creating the “4ratu Rallija kalendārs” ("4 Wheel Rally Calendar") every year. We are very pleased that we have chosen to entrust the layout and printing of our calendars to this company. Over the last decade, we have never been disappointed in terms of product quality or deadline management. NRJ has always been responsive and accommodating to our needs, when required. We are very pleased with the successful work we have already done with "our" artist Arnis, who understands and implements our traditional annual request: "This year, we make the same calendar as before, just a different one!"

Looking forward to yet many jointly implemented colorful projects,

Dace Janova4rati.lv

SIA StarSpace has been organizing an astrophotography contest since 2009. From the outset, it was clear that such a beautiful piece of work should be transformed to a calendar. The first few years went by in search of the right company and the results were fully in line with the proverb: "you must spoil before you spin". And then an absolute coincidence, but maybe it was destiny that lead us to NRJ. And the calendar flourished in all its glory. We are very pleased that this fantastic project has been implemented in partnership with NRJ and hope that our collaboration will continue for many years to come.

AnnaStarSpace


Frequently Asked Questions


What are the quality guarantees?
We check the quality of each product we make. If a customer finds any quality defect, it will either be quickly corrected or the order will be made at our expense.
What are the payment terms?
Both postpayment and prepayment are available, being negotiated on a case-by-case basis.
How can I get free samples?
To get a free sample, please fill out one of the application forms and indicate in the comment box that you would like to get the free sample and the address to which it should be sent.
When should I order product?
The order should not be left to the last minute. Order fulfillment time depends on the complexity of the product and the workload of our equipment. The more complex is the job, the earlier order placement is advisable. The seasonal load should also be taken into account, for example, the number of orders at the end of the year is always higher.
Can the clients design the product layout on their own?
We accept custom-developed product design, but it must be made according to our print file submission rules.
Do you provide delivery services?
For orders over 100 EUR, delivery services are free of charge. For orders up to 100 EUR delivery services are at extra charge.
Do you make products in other languages?
At extra charge, we design and make products in any required language. We have great experience in creation of such products.
Is it possible to develop and produce a non-standard order?
We can make any order: from the simple to the most complex. As well, we provide additional product processing: lamination, hot stamping, cutting, UV varnishing, etc.

Print file preparation


Submit the artwork as PDF file (preferably prepared by Adobe Creative Suite applications). Every page is to be centered on the media (use auto centering instead of centering manually). Do not impose the pages on media.

Save the PDF according to the PDF/X-1A rules. This option is provided by all proffessional graphic software. It ensures the flattening of all transparent objects, effects, shadows etc.

Use images with resolution higher than 200 dots per inch.

Use CMYK color space for your design, instead of RGB color space. In case if Pantone colors are used, these can not be 100% matched by digital printing. Please request the hard proof copy (avaliable for an additional fee) before printing, if the color is critical. Pantone colors such as Silver, Gold or Bronze cannot be printed digitally.

Use Crop marks to define the boundaries of an artwork. Add 3mm bleed for any element of an artwork that is going over the trimming edge. Use extra marks to clearly show the folding/creasing lines.

Avoid using Overprint on color or white objects.

It is advised to name the file in the most descriptive manner, making it clear for us which print job it is.

Artwork supplied on disk or Flash drive must be accompanied by a colour proof. Any artworks supplied electronically must be accompanied by a proof PDF or JPG.
Submit the artwork as TIFF, JPG (use high quality settings), PDF (according to the PDF/X-1A standart).

Use image resolution 100 dpi or higher.

Use CMYK color space for your design, instead of RGB color space.

Define the cutting size of your artwork by adding cropmarks. Add at least 2mm bleed for any element of an artwork that is going over the trimming edge.

For rich black, use composite black color: C30, M30, Y30, K100.

All the text should be outlined (converted to curves). For best results, do not use letters smaller than 9pt.

For TIFF format, do not use layers, alpha channels or clipping paths. For PDF file format, save as PDF/X-1A. This option is provided by all proffessional graphic software. It ensures the flattening of all transparent objects, effects, shadows etc.

For multiple page PDF, every artwork should be centered on the artboard. All the pages should be the same size. Do not impose.

Name the file in the most descriptive manner.

Do not use Overprint on color or white objects.

If your job is to be cut out, attach the cutting guide in a separate file. It should match the print file in the means of scale and the position of crop marks. Also submit the JPG preview file, where the final look of the product is clearly shown. The creasing / perforating lines should differ by color from the cutting lines to avoid confusion.
The cutting blades in the form should be separated by at least 2mm, and creasing blades - by 3mm.

A separate file is required for fragmentary UV varnishing. It should match the print file in the means of scale and the position of crop marks. Avoid UV varnishing in the folding/creasing areas.

For spiral bound jobs, reserve 1cm margin on the wire side of page in your artwork.

For numbering, define the number range and the prefix (of needed). Example: AE000001-AE000528.

All the text prepared for laser cutting, plottering, die cutting, hot foil etc. should be outlined (converted to curves).

Use only vector objects for die cutting, laser cutting and plotter cutting. Do not use images.

For embossing and foil stamping artwork, use the lines thicker than 0.2mm. The guide file should be prepared in vectors in a separate document. The location of the guide relatively to the page should match the placement of the artwork. Submit both the artwork and the punching/foil guide files as PDF files according to the PDF/X-1A rules. Attach the preview JPG or PDF file.
Submit the artwork as PDF file (preferably prepared by Adobe Creative Suite applications). Every page is to be centered on the media (use auto centering instead of centering manually). Do not impose the pages on media.

Save the PDF according to the PDF/X-1A rules. This option is provided by all proffessional graphic software. It ensures the flattening of all transparent objects, effects, shadows etc.

Use images with resolution 300 dots per inch.

Use CMYK color space for your design, instead of RGB color space. In case if Pantone colors are used, define these as spot colors after Pantone Solid formula guide.

Use Crop marks to define the boundaries of an artwork. Add 3mm bleed for any element of an artwork that is going over the trimming edge. Use extra marks to clearly show the folding/creasing lines.

Avoid using composite colors (for example, C86, M50, Y46, K100) for small letters (below 9pt) and thin lines (below 0.35mm / 1pt). Instead, use plain black (C0, M0, Y0, K100).




For rich black color in your design, use C30, M30, Y30, K100.

Avoid using Overprint on color or white objects.

It is advised to name the file in the most descriptive manner, making it clear for us which print job it is.

Artwork supplied on disk or Flash drive must be accompanied by a colour proof. Any artworks supplied electronically must be accompanied by a proof PDF or JPG.
Define the cutting line around your artwork by adding cropmarks. Add 3mm bleed for any element of an artwork that is going over the over the trimming edge.

Define every color by Pantone Solid formula guide.

Avoid using images in the screen printed jobs. If some part of an artwork comes as an image, use black and white (not Grayscale) bitmap image with resolution no less than 600dpi. Do not use halftones, gradients or transparencies in your artwork.

For fragmentary varnish, clearly show where the varnish shall be applied.

All the text should be outlined (converted to curves).

Minimal line thickness for screen printing is 0.2mm.

Name the file in the most descriptive manner.

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