Through constant research, innovation and respect to our history, we have grown from a small lithography workshop in downtown Volos to one of the leading offset printing factories in the continent.
Antopack will celebrate 120 years of leadership in printing.
The fourth generation of executives joins the company, with Téa A. Antoniou as Chief Executive Officer, George A. Antoniou as Chief Executive Officer and John D. Antoniou as Chief Operation Officer.
The two companies owned by the Antoniou family merge to form Antopack - Antoniou S.A. The former Antopack factory campus of 30,000 sq. meters in downtown Volos is repurposed and opens to the public as a retail park.
Antopack installs its largest printing machine to date, doubling its printing surface capacity to 100x140 cm.
After a century of success, Antopack completes its new factory of 14,000 sq. meters) just outside Volos —one of the most advanced printing facilities in Europe.
Antopack installs the first offset printing machine with optical fibers in Greece.
The company upgrades to digital technology.
The third generation of Antopack executives takes over, with Angelos G. Antoniou in charge of sales and finance, and Dionysios G. Antoniou overseeing production. Company completes transition to offset.
Antopack gradually abandons lithography-to-film technology and introduces offset.
Vasilis Trastas passes his printing business on to his nephew, George Antoniou, who displays particular artistic skill in lithography.
The lithography printing workshop of Vasilis Trastas is founded in Volos. Trastas is one of only three lithographers in Greece at the time.