EmotionPrint® | Digital and Offset Printing

Pollution, waste of resources and sub-human conditions of labour in companies have started to influence the consumer in the process of deciding the purchase of a product. On the other hand, companies, not only due to applicable legal impositions, but also because they feel sensitised and motivated, have invested in processes and products that minimise the harmful environmental consequences of production and consumption.

With this in mind, EmotionPrint® has sought to evolve along these lines of behaviour, as a result of a number of strategic decisions, including the move towards Environmental Certification and investment in recycling equipment, as well as the replacement of equipment that is free of polluting effects. These decisions were driven by the awareness of its social bodies of the impact that production/consumption can have on society. It is therefore considered a management option to aggregate social responsibility issues as one of the fundamental aspects of its action and intervention.

However, this integration of social and environmental concerns into daily decision-making does not stop there. It has been much broader in scope. This globalising concept extends to other very different areas, bearing in mind the community in which it operates and the environment in which it seeks to operate.

Throughout its life EmotionPrint® has systematically supported organisations and activities of a social nature.

But its action goes far beyond this.

Over time, the company has signed protocols, articulated or entered into partnership agreements with various entities, including

  • CRIT (Torrejano Rehabilitation and Integration Centre);
  • CIR (Tomar Rehabilitation Centre)
  • Centro de Formação de Santarém - Técnicas de Indústrias Gráficas;
  • Professional School of Torres Novas;
  • Centro de Emprego de Torres Novas - Internships;
  • Escola C+S da Chamusca (PETI - Programme for the prevention and elimination of child labour); Professional Course Internships; Study Visits; On the job training;
  • Tomar Institute of Employment and Vocational Training (Alternating Cycle Training Programme)
  • Direct support to the activities of Voluntary Firemen Associations and Charities spread all over the country;
  • Direct support for recreational, cultural and sports activities;
  • Employment of people identified as social cases requiring special follow-up care.
  • etc.

These are some of the very striking examples of what has been the philosophy and the social intervention practised.