Print solutions of tomorrow, today

With a rich history stretching back over a hundred years, Novus Holdings is one of southern Africa’s largest print production and manufacturing operations. From short to long print runs across all forms of print material, labelling and plastic packaging to jumbo wadding from our Tissue division, it is our ongoing investment in people and technology that allows us to deliver the industry solutions of tomorrow, today.

Novus Print.

As a leader in commercial printing, our plants are equipped with the most advanced print technology. From book printing to flyers, brochure printing to magazines, our highly efficient and fully automated production processes deliver best-in-industry results for clients continent-wide.

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Novus Packaging.

From luxury foiled, embossed or die-cut labels to specialised labels featuring security holograms or back printing, we have the printing technology to make it happen. A wide range of flexible plastic packaging solutions for the FMCG sector completes our offering.

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Novus Tissue.

Our KwaZulu-Natal based tissue manufacturing plant uses waste paper produced by our Group’s extensive printing operations to make environmentally-friendly bulk tissue and wadding products for onward use by manufacturers of household tissue products.

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Children interacting at the Isithebe Day Care Centre

Isithebe Day Care Centre enriches local community

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In his State of the Nation Address, President Cyril Ramaphosa emphasised the necessity of educating children to break the cycle of poverty. In line with this, and as education is the cornerstone of the advancement of communities, ITB Plastics, a subsidiary of Novus Holdings’ packaging division, has invested almost 12 years into the rural community of Isithebe in the Ilembe District Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal with new premises for its creche, the Isithebe Day Care Centre. While the creche has been operational since 2007, due to the lack of suitable pre-schools…

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