Gravure packaging printing: basics and overview

Gravure printing is an established process for printing and finishing packaging. It is used for printing very high-quality, flexible packaging materials as well as cartons. Gravure printing is characterised by a high print quality, brilliant colours and a stable printing process. This seminar presents the basics of gravure packaging printing, from receipt of data to the finished packaging film. Participants are given a well-structured overview and a clear definition of the individual activities and production areas.

To get acquainted with the entire workflow in the packaging pre-press stage and to understand the connections between the individual production processes.

Target Group
Managers, quality management staff, project managers, product managers, key account managers, marketing, sales, print buyers/technical purchasers in packaging manufacturing sector. The seminar is suitable for newcomers from other sectors of the printing industry.

Main Themes
  • Overview of the entire gravure packaging printing workflow
  • Handling incoming data from agencies and pre-press companies
  • Producing the repro/creating digital proofs
  • Colour management during the process
  • Creating cylinder layouts/full-ups
  • Preparation and production of printing cylinders/using various imaging techniques
  • Proofs
  • Production printing with finishing and converting Target group

Certificate of Attendance


Duration 1 day
Price 420 €
Number of participants 15
Course Language German




Lothar Roth
Lothar Roth
Janoschka Holding GmbH
Lothar Roth is the source of know-how for technology questions, standardisation and quality assurance. He has been in the company since 1980. Mr. Roth is responsible for all research and development activities as well the offering from the Janoschka Academy. In addition, he supervises the entire technical area from reproduction through colour management to the use of workflow systems.