The Byblos Printing story
We’ve come a long way since the early days. Starting out in 1963 from small premises with one machine, founder Sami El Metni built up a business with the hope that one day it would become an international standard print house. Continuing his father’s dream and his legacy, son Ziad El Metni reopened the business in 1990, three years after the passing away of Sami. Today the once small print house is among the largest in Lebanon and the region, occupying 7,000m2 of space in the Mkalles 2001 Center in Mkalles, Beirut. The continual growth and success are based on a combination of the latest technology backed by highly trained human expertise, and a commitment to delivering top quality at reasonable prices within a swift timeframe.