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Eclipse - the supplier of official graphics products for EURO 2004
Wednesday, 21 July 2004 07:46

Euro 2004The Prague printing house Eclipse was responsible for manufacturing a large, and highly prestigious job related to the football championship in Portugal. In fact, Prague was the place where the company manufactured all the official UEFA graphics decorating all ten stadiums where the championship was played.

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The SONY boxes
Wednesday, 09 June 2004 00:00

Sony boxes Good packaging is what sells the goods inside. The well known truth is proven in Eclipse by a particular product for its client, a well known, large company.

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Advertising graphics on Tesco trucks made by Eclipse
Monday, 17 May 2004 10:33

Tesco trucksThe Tesco hypermarket chain in the Czech Republic decided to add a motif from the long-term advertising campaign, "Permanent low prices", on the trucks used in their distribution.

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Impression – more than just a new name Changes in Eclipse Poland and Serbia
Wednesday, 14 April 2004 00:00

Impression In the spring of this year, Hecht and Eclipse, market-leading large-format printing houses on the Polish market, decided to merge under the single company name "Impression", which represents the largest European holding company in the field of large-format printing. Both companies have been part of this holding for two years.

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The Gallery of Ideas from the In-Store Marketing Magazine
Saturday, 10 April 2004 00:00

Instore magazinWe are glad to see that our products attracted the attention of the specialized In Store Marketing magazine. Two of our products have been covered in the April issue, in the Gallery section, which informs about interesting new products on the market.

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Extensive information about large format offset in Eclipse Prague
Monday, 23 February 2004 00:00

Offset machine - Harris 77A Harris 77 large format offset printing machine has been installed In the Prague printing house of Eclipse. It is a modernised version of a machine made by an American manufacturer of the same name, working in a printing format of 2 x B0, or 137 x 197 cm to be precise.

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