It has a distinguished position in the world of printing in Iraq to be one of the first printing institutions in this part of the world to provide printing services that are rising annually by the following fields:
The design and printing of various publications and commercial and security documents with high efficiency, to name a few.
The printing of Hajj and Umrah passports until 2006
5 - Print the entry and exit feature recently "with security features that can not be falsified in 2007.
6- Printing the sukuk books for government and private banks now.
7. Print the military service book previously.
8. Print the financial and postal stamps previously. "
9- Printing the market and annual licenses and documents of the General Directorate of Public Traffic.
10- Print the identities of the state departments now.
13- Printing the central market books, the ration card and the oil and gas fuel card previously
14- Printing a current computer paper.
15- Printing the exit book of the cars of the General Authority of Customs.
20. Implementing some publications of higher education and scientific research.
- Encouraging the state departments to complete their publications at the house at competitive prices in relation to "prices of the private sector and according to approved or approved quality standards."
c- Upgrading the printing level in different ways and in different ways.
Purchase and import of modern production supplies or any materials that fall within its production or need.
E-Develop and expand its printing presses using modern machines and printing devices.
H. Realization of profits and incentives. In spite of all the circumstances, it has achieved high profits in the period 2003-2008 (about IQD 7 775 000 / seven billion seven hundred) And seventy-five million Iraqi dinars) as a financial surplus despite the threats and terrorist and tyrannical attacks that resulted in the death of a constellation of our employees.
i- Running Iraqi labor.
K- Transfer modern printing technology to Iraq.
l- Contribute to the construction of Iraq's infrastructure and economy.