The decade of the 1990s marked the birth of large-format digital printing, which broke the monopoly of the standard production methods: silk screen and offset.
In Greece, Diastasis SA, started up as a small digital printing centre with a “legendary” Xerox electrostatic printer.
Diastasis SA, always a pioneer in innovative services and applications, became the first company to decorate entire vehicles with adhesive film, and a little later trolley and regular buses. In 2000, the company moved to specially built premises in Kallithea. The successes and trail blazing continued. Another first was the interior and exterior decoration of carriages on the Athens Metro.
In 2004, the company won two of the four contracts for the Athens Olympic Games, successfully producing prints for the “Look of the Games” programme.
In 2006, the company’s tenth anniversary, it undertook the operational programme “Competitiveness 2002-2006” for the Ministry of Development, as part of the Third Community Support Framework, and at the same time it successfully delivered the “Look of the Games” prints for the Pan-Asian Games in Doha, Qatar.
In 2008, the company moved to larger premises, a 2500-square-metre installation in Moschato, creating a super-modern and complete vertical production unit for digital printing, where it is based until today.
Through all the years of its history the company has given emphasis upon innovative materials, printing quality, and customer service, especially with regard to the human factor, building trust relationships with its clients.