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Welcome to COLOP

Your worldwide partner for stamps and marking products

COLOP - the Spirit of Innovation

COLOP, headquartered in Wels, Austria with affiliated companies across the world, is one of the leading international manufacturers of digital stamps and marking devices. COLOP operates in three main product divisions: Traditional stamps & ink pads, mobile printers & accessories and creative & lifestyle stamps and coloured ink pads.

COLOP Group

The COLOP Group The COLOP Group

Our subsidiaries across the globe

Our success is largely owed to the reliable, loyal partnerships we have created in many countries across the world.

Business policy

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The COLOP Vision

We strive for the highest possible level of customer satisfaction.

Working at COLOP

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COLOP has approximately 500 employees worldwide. About 200 of these are active at the headquarters in Wels, Austria.

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COLOP is active worldwide from Austria

COLOP was founded in 1981 by Karl Skopek in Wels and produces the majority of its stamp products at its headquarters in Austria and at a second site in the Czech Republic. A total of 130 export markets are regularly supplied, the export rate is over 98 percent. The company employs more than 500 people worldwide, about 200 of them in Austria. 

 

COLOP is active in two business segments: 

COLOP is active in two business segments: In the "COLOP Traditional" segment, stamp products - primarily modern self-inking stamps - are manufactured and sold, as well as materials for text plate production. The "COLOP Creative" segment is successful in the electronic-digital area, with mobile printers, as well as with special stamp ranges in the creative gift and hobby segment.

 

The worldwide distribution network has been consolidated in recent years through companies and participations in 16 countries (Austria, Germany, Sweden, Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, France, Bulgaria, Belgium, Poland, Spain, China, India and USA).