Ordering

How to order? At the time at which an order is filed, the order’s design files and the content of the discs have to be definitely finished. See  the requirements on design materials, here for templates, and for the requirements applying to data carriers, please read here. Once you have all the materials, please contact the sales department with a price inquiry, and they will generally provide you with an offer within eight hours. Upon your acceptance of the offer, the following process will already be a familiar and easy one:

First working day:

  • We draw up the order
  • We sign the agreement
  • We receive the CD/DVD master and design files from you
  • We test the master

Second working day:

  • We issue a prepayment invoice
  • We check the design files (disk label and printable materials)

Third working day:

  • We receive the prepayment
  • The production process starts From this point, it is not possible to make any changes to the order
  • Client approves printing files
  • We prepare the stamper
  • We order the printing

Fourth working day:

  • CD/DVD discs are pressed and the pressed discs are tested and checked
  • We prepare silk screen printing frames / printing plates for CD/DVD labels

Fifth working day:

  • We imprint the label on the disc
  • Sixth working day:
  • Printing is completed

Seventh working day:

  • We pack the completed CDs/DVDs
  • We apply a film wrap to the end product

Order deadlines

In the case of CDs/DVDs packed in standard plastic boxes, runs of up to 15,000 copies are usually delivered in seven working days. For digipacks, cardboard envelopes and digifiles, you should assume a delivery time of two weeks. Delivery times may be longer in the time period between mid-October to mid-January. Rush orders are completed within four to five working days. The price of a rush order is 15% higher than that of a regular order.

Please learn about Baltic Disc's general terms and conditions.