We are specialised in the production of magazines, catalogues, newspapers and other large-volume advertising products. Other main activity includes sustainable packaging production, which trades under the name of Kroonpak. We offer a complete range of printing services from pre-press and repro to printing, finishing and shipping by highly skilled professionals.



The packaging division adopts a new name - Kroonpak - to combine the company's strong tradition and well-known name in the printing industry with its newer packaging direction.


Kroonpress expands into the packaging industry: the company invests in new production equipment and premises and starts the production of cardboard and paper packaging.


Schibsted ASA is selling Eesti Meedia back to local investors.


Kroonpress installs the new 48-page KM Compacta 618 magazine printing press, making Kroonpress the largest printing plant in the Baltic States.


Kroonpress expands into sheet printing and acquires the 10-section Heidelberg Speedmaster sheet printing press with a turning device.


Kroonpress adds to its printing equipment two colour units (one heatset) and a folding machine. A new and fully automated line for mail items is purchased from the FERAG AG manufacturing company.


Kroonpress purchases the new Goss Baker C15 heatset newspaper printing press.


The Norwegian media group Schibsted ASA becomes the owner of AS Postimees and Kroonpress. The companies are converged into one group called Eesti Meedia.


Kroonpress acquires the new Goss Universal 45 newspaper printing press and quadruples the total area of its production facilities.


Kroonpress modernises its production facilities by purchasing the WAMAC line for mail items.


AS Postimees acquires the largest shareholding in AS Kroonpress.


Heldur Tõnisson - a wellknown Estonian businessman - acquires the shares of AS Postimees from the two founders. He is the son of Jaan Tõnisson who owned the newspaper and was its editor-in-chief in the early 20th Century.


In January the company puts into operation the Nohab Ampress Rollomatic printing press purchased in Finland.


Kroonpress was founded by two private investors to ensure the printing capacity of Postimees newspaper - thus ensuring the continued operations of the first independent newspaper in Estonia.


Wide range of magazines: from cars to flowers, from politics to fashion, from technology to education, sports, food or leisure.

There are product catalogues, business-to-business service catalogues, specialty prints with focus on home decor, fashion, tourism destinations etc.

We print the largest Estonian daily newspaper Postimees. Additionally many local newspapers, community periodicals and corporate newspapers.

Wide variety of brochures, flyers, posters, postcards, instruction and installation manuals, information sheets, handbooks, labels and much more.


Numerous variations of carton boxes, clamshell and crash-lock bottom boxes, trays and a large variety of sleeves.

Paper cups are available in various sizes, plus double wall options for hot drinks. Bowls and buckets are available from 900 to 3600 ml.

Craft paper flat and satchel bags and block bottom bags, both available with or without windows.

Self-adhesive and wet-glue labels. Personalisation and variable data prints are also available.


Environment and sustainability have been a focus of ours for a long time. Since 2012, all of our electricity has come only from renewable sources. Kroonpress was also the first printer in Estonia to regularly publish environmental reports. Concurrently, we launched carbon footprint calculator for our customers to find out the CO2 emissions of their products. Since then, thousands of labels have been issued and hundreds of millions copies of publication prints have been labelled.

Read also about our Sustainable Development Goals and see our latest Sustainability Report.


Kroonpress holds several quality and sustainability certificates as proof of our well-functioning management systems: ISO 14001, FSC, PEFC, FSSC 22000. These are available to download in .pdf file format below. More information is available upon request.