We want to be the most sustainable printing brand in New Zealand. It’s a journey we’re fully committed to and we will continuously improve our sustainability practices until we achieve this.
We focus on three sustainability pillars – our people, our community, and our environment. Our annual sustainability report shows how our journey is progressing — you can download it here.

Sustainability Report 2022

Sustainability Report 2021


We are proud to be a Toitū carbonzero certified business. Our carbon reduction programme involves measuring, managing, reducing, and offsetting our carbon emissions. Our work towards emissions reduction is audited to the International Standard for Carbon Reduction ISO 14064-1.

We work across our business to lessen our environmental impact through reducing, reusing, and recycling. Our environmental management system (EMS) is independently audited by Toitū Envirocare yearly, and we are a Toitū Enviromark Gold certified business.

Everything makes a difference, from changing the way we process customer work to implementing product innovations or investing in new technology. We encourage our customers and suppliers to change with us — and together, we’ve made a significant difference to the waste our business generates.

Forestry Stewardship
Council (FSC) certification

We are proud to be an FSC-certified business. FSC certification ensures responsible forest management, promotes social responsibility, and supports sustainable forest communities.

Our certification allows us to use the FSC logo on paper from forests that meet rigorous environmental, social, and economic standards — and this gives you and your customers confidence that your print materials have been sustainably and ethically produced.

Community support

People matter. That’s why we’re involved in a number of initiatives to help support the communities that we live and work in. We’re especially committed to the small and medium-sized businesses that make up 60% of New Zealand’s business community. And, in recent years, we’ve sponsored or contributed to the following organisations and events:


  • Child Cancer Foundation
  • New Zealand Open Dance Championship
  • Wellington Chamber of Commerce
  • HITO Annual Awards
  • Fundraising Institute New Zealand Conference 2022
  • Franchise Association of New Zealand Conference 2022
  • Franchise Association of New Zealand Awards – Sustainability Award Sponsor

Each year, we award a $2,000 scholarship to be awarded yearly to a Māori or Pacifica student studying either a Graduate Diploma in Publishing or a New Zealand Diploma in Creativity. This scholarship is administered by the Whitireia Foundation.

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Mahere Reo
Te reo Māori Language Plan

Whāia te mātauranga
hei oranga mō koutou

Seek after learning

for the sake of your wellbeing

Te reo Māori has a special place in New Zealand. It is one of our official languages and is a unique feature of our country on the world stage. By taking a conscious action to revitalise te reo Māori, we can contribute to a better, more inclusive nation.

Working with Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori (The Māori Language Commission) we developed a Mahere Reo to help us to integrate te reo Māori into our everyday work. We chose to develop a formal plan because studies show this is a more effective approach, establishing our ‘big picture’ goals and success criteria and ensuring we involve all stakeholders.

Our initial Mahere Reo was for a six-month period, which concluded at the end of October 2022. You can download our report on the progress we made.

Download Touchprint Mahere Reo Report

Staff wellbeing

Our people are the heart of everything we do. That’s why we focus on creating and maintaining a great workplace culture and continually train and develop our team. Mental health is a growing concern for the New Zealand workforce, and it’s an area where we want to make sure we are adequately supporting our people.

Want to make a difference to your own sustainability journey?

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