Leader in its section, Graphique Industrie is a traditional printing house but it has an African specificity.
While the whole printing work is carried out as in any western printing house, it also uses all of the shaping processes since it does not have specialized suppliers in this field here on the spot, unlike its western counterparts.
Last but the least, one of its differences lies in its way of managing stocks. About 5,000km away from the main pulp producers, Graphique Industrie has to rely on an important stock in order to meet demand without being out of stock. Besides, the company is distinguishable from other printing houses by the diversity of its products: from visiting cards to 400 – page books and from 100 to 50,000 copies to school notebooks and books, calendars, packaging, listing…