|Impression – more than just a new name Changes in Eclipse Poland and Serbia|
|Wednesday, 14 April 2004 00:00|
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.
The merger brought to the Polish market a printing house boasting one of the largest capacities'in the whole of Central and Eastern Europe, with modern technology including offset, screen, and digital printing. Productive capacity in all existing printing technologies in one place makes it possible to react flexibly and correctly to a wide variety of jobs differing in complexity and size, and to optimise the utilisation of this capacity.
The Eclipse branch in Serbia has also been renamed to Impression. Other significant changes have been made in addition to changing the company name. The company has a new place of business, and a new Managing Director, Mr. Matevz Pongracic, has been appointed. Mrs Ivana Marković has been appointed to the post of Sales Manager. The Serbian branch located in Belgrade has widened its scope of business in the last few years, to include attractive markets of neighbouring countries Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Albania.
The Polish and Serbian branches are reacting to increasing market demand in their respective regions.
Impression, however, still keeps Hecht and Eclipse as well-established brands.