Josep Colomer, President

In 1976, few of us could have imagined that this journey would bring us here. With factories in several countries and customers spread across all four corners of the globe, what started out as a seed of hope has blossomed thanks to hard work and effort, to become what Lamigraf is today.
It has undoubtedly taken a winner’s mentality to get us this far. Nature, our source of inspiration, has shown us that we can overcome day-to-day setbacks with patience, tenacity, devotion and creativity.

This is the attitude required to be successful. But without a doubt, our most important value, the one of which we are proudest, is our team spirit. By working as a team, we do not simply combine our efforts; we multiply them. We are much more than the sum of our parts. When we work as a team, with dedication and commitment, nothing is impossible, we can meet any challenge we set ourselves. We offer these values that I have briefly described to our customers, who are our main source of motivation, who drive us to carry on improving every day.


Inspiring People

Lamigraf started its journey in 1976, thanks to the hard work of the people who believed in the project. 40 years later, people are still the driving force behind Lamigraf: maintaining the same spirit, continuously learning and facing all challenges to adapt to each moment. Lamigraf’s biggest asset is not our collection of designs, machines or our relationship with our customers; it is the people who make up the company. We strongly believe that every member of our team can make a difference, whatever their job.

Winning attitude

Nature, our source of inspiration, has shown us that we can overcome day-to-day setbacks with patience, tenacity, devotion and creativity. This is the attitude required to be successful.


We are dedicated and committed people who make a difference in each and every one of our daily activities. Only we are responsible for meeting the objectives that we set ourselves.

Multiplying efforts

We are much more than the sum of our parts. Sharing a common goal makes us stronger and turns independent people into a team that is working in the same direction. By working as a team, we do not simply combine our efforts; we multiply them.



Lamigraf was founded in 1976. Few customers and lots of empty chairs but no one said beginnigs were easy!


After a promising a start in the Spanish market, Lamigraf beggins its international adventure taking part in the Interzum Fair in Cologne. An excellent customer response marked the beginning of Lamigraf’s export tradition.


Orders were piling up. Production capacity was expanded with two new printing lines.


In the previous years production had exponentially increased. We had both the demand and the need to vertically integrate some of the processes involved in decor printing. Lamigraf’s first in-house designs and engraved cylinders are developed.


We installed our first computer!!! Although at first it was received with a lot of scepticism it turned out to be a useful tool.


Continuing with the vertical integration we began in 1983, we started producing our own inks.


Another two machines were installed to expand production capacity.


Barcelona celebrates its first Olympic Games and Lamigraf moves to a new office building.


To improve base paper and finished product storage, a new automatic warehouse with capacity for more than 6.000 rolls were installed .


We go multinational with the acquisition of Lamigraf Gmbh. With this deal Lamigraf positioned itself as a global player in the industry, expanding its presence in the Northern and Eastern European markets.


Business in Germany is running well so we expanded the factory with a new building.


To better serve our Chinese customers we opened both a commercial office in Shanghai and a colour lab.


New offices opened both in Istanbul and Atlanta.


Business in Asia is growing so we opened a commercial office and a colour lab in Bangkok. From this office all Asian markets are followed except for China.


We opened a new office in Sopond, Poland, to better focus on Eastern and European Market.


For the first time Lamigraf sets a production site in another continent. The chosen location is Curitiba- Brazil from where all the Latin American market is to be served.


Lamigraf in figures


m2 of produced paper


Tones of printed paper


Designs created


Loaded trucks


Lamigraf around the world

Barcelona, Spain Istanbul, Turkey Russian Federation Bönen, Germany Sopot, Poland Korea Shanghai, China India Bangkok, Thailand Indonesia Curitiba, Brazil Mexico New Zeland South Africa Atlanta, GA, USA

Production Plant

Sales Office

Commercial Agent

Digital Colour Matching

Production Plant

Barcelona, Spain *
Curitiba, Brazil *
Bönen, Germany *

Sales Office

Atlanta, GA, USA
Istambul, Turkey *
Shangai China *
Bangkok, Thailand *
Sopot, Poland

Commercial Agent

Russian Federation
South Africa
Korea *
New Zeland

* Digital Colour Matching


Scanning the original

Our experts in trends are responsible for choosing the originals which are to become the basis of our decorative paper. These originals can come from different parts of the world, following regional and global trends, and they are subsequently treated and handled by carpenters and other materials specialists, so that they are up to market standards.

Digital processing of the image

Our design team is responsible for converting the originals into digital files that are suitable for use in the production process. During this process, our designers follow the latest global and regional trends observed, incorporating the knowledge acquired from working with architects, interior designers, journalists and other trendsetters.


During the cylinder plating and engraving phase, the digital images are engraved on copper cylinders and these are the basis of the industrial gravure printing process.

Ink production

Lamigraf manufactures all of the ink it uses in its production centres in its factory in L'Ametlla del Vallès (Barcelona). This allows us to ensure consistent product quality, regardless of where the printing process takes place.

Paper printing

Lamigraf has cutting-edge gravure printing machines with up to 5 printing units for the production of decorative paper. Our experienced printing professionals are responsible for ensuring consistent product quality that meets our customers’ requirements.


Certified quality

Lamigraf has implemented controls at each of the different stages of its production process, as well as in its products, to ensure the optimal quality of its services. In 2010, Lamigraf was awarded the International Chain of Custody Certification from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®), which guarantees that the raw materials used in its products come from sustainably managed forests.

Energy efficiency

Since 2010, Lamigraf has been implementing an energy saving plan to ensure that we protect the environment when carrying out our activities and to save on energy costs. The dedication of the work groups, composed of internal staff from various departments in the company, has been instrumental in achieving results, with an annual reduction of 13% in electricity consumption.


To print our decorative paper, we use organic water-based inks that are environmentally friendly and free of heavy metals, highly lightfast and heat resistant. Lamigraf had one of the first factories in the sector to drive these changes in its ink production process, following the highest standards of quality and respect for the environment.