Emanuel Offset Printing Ltd was established in 1971 in Tel Aviv by Emanuel Anav. Mr Anav graduated the Print school in 1963.
Emanuel Print is among the largest in Tel Aviv specializing in paper and cardboard printing ranging from A3 (29cm X 42cm) to 100cm X 70cm.
The large variety of machines and departments enables the plant to punctually deliver high quality work for large or small orders.
Emanuel Anav an exprienced offset printer, started his career in 1959 as an assistant printer. He graduated the Max Fine Print School in 1963. Mr Anav's military service was in the Military Printing Press.
Emanuel Anav - third generation in the Israeli printing industry.
1930: Pinhas, Emanuel's grandfather, established "Pinhas Anav & Sons" printing in Jerusalem and employed his 4 sons.
1960: Shimon, Emanuel's father, established "Shimon & Sons" printing and employed his 4 sons: Emanuel, Avraham, Yossi and Eitan.
1971: Emanuel established Emanuel Print at his parents' house in the Hatikva neighbourhood. A single color, half sheet Solna machine was purchased.
The beginning was hard. In an area of 50 sqm with a half sheet single color machine and a manual die cutting machine, he produced process prints with special colors such as silver and gold.
The printing press functioned in the Hatikva neighbourhood for 14 years and already had 3 half sheet printing machines on an area of 70 sqm.
In 1983 Emanuel decides to expand. At the time, Panorama building was being built near the Holon intersection and Emanuel bought a 250 sqm area at the ground floor. The transfer to the new and spacious location triggered large demand for large format color printing. At this stage, Emanuel and Avraham decided to switch to newer machines manufactured by Heidelberg in place of the old machines.
The printing, bindery and lamination employees ensure the plants success and development. Emanuel Print does not compromise quality, credibility and punctuality.