PixMill Group Oy, known for its large format prints, will join forces with Fast Display, an Estonian digital printing house, starting from 1 September 2018. Fast Display is known for its strong market position as a manufacturer of in-shop marketing products in Finland and Estonia. As a result of the merger, the entire staff and production capacity of Fast Display will become part of the operations of PixMill Estonia. At the same time, the owner of Fast Display, Erki Reimann, will take on the leadership of PixMill Estonia and become a member of the board of the PixMill Group.

“Reimann has created a strong customer base, several innovative products and well-functioning work flow at Fast Display. When we harness the capacity of PixMill’s three factories to serve Fast Display’s already satisfied customers, we will be able to significantly raise the production volume of display products in the future,” says Sami Pulkkinen, CEO of PixMill Group.

A wider product range for in-shop marketing

According to Pulkkinen, Pix Mill particularly values Reimann’s experience in printing spanning three decades as well as his versatile language skills.

“You can definitely see his long experience, as he is excellent at managing both customer interface as well as production. Reimann has studied sales and marketing in Finland. In addition to Estonian and Finnish, he speaks English and Russian. 

Merging with Fast Display provides PixMill with a strategic position in the in-house marketing product segment.

“In the future, we will be able to provide our customers with pop up display and detection gate cover products, ensuring that they have even better tools for in-shop marketing than before”, Pulkkinen summarises.


Sami Pulkkinen                                                             

CEO, PixMill Group Oy                                 


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PixMill is one the biggest printing houses in Finland, offering large-format printing and related services. The company was established in 2007 has units in Vantaa, Finland, and in Estonia. The company employs 69 people.  Ever since its establishment, PixMill has been making long-term efforts to promote and develop environmentally friendly working methods and products whose life cycle is as long as possible.

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