Welcome to Record Industry

Vinyl... only vinyl, that's what we've been manufacturing in this factory from the fifties to today. We know how to process the audio, press high-end records and print and pack in the best quality packaging. With our roots going back to Artone Pressing in 1958, we know what it takes to deliver the best quality vinyl record.

With 33 presses, Record Industry is one of the largest, most automated vinyl pressing plants in the world. Our current production capacity is 40,000 to 50,000 records per day. We press 7”, 10” and 12” vinyl on both black and coloured vinyl.

Hot Products

12" Solo

140 gram black high quality vinyl
200 grams 1/0 printed discosleeve

12" Most Wanted

140 gram black high quality vinyl
300 grams CMYK outer sleeve

12" Gatefold

180 gram black high quality vinyl
300 grams CMYK gatefold

12" DBL Gatefold

Two black 180 gram high quality vinyl
300 grams CMYK gatefold

Do you want something totally different?

We can make your wildest vinyl dreams come true, complicated packaging is a challenge for us.

We offer a wide variety of vinyl colours and mixes, choose your favourite to make your package complete!

AND SO MUCH MORE...

More possibilities

Vinyl News

Fire Burns Down Apollo Masters Plant

10 February 2020
“Devastating” Manufacturing Plant Fire Threatens Worldwide Vinyl Record Supply Vinyl Record Production in Peril After Fire at California Plant Vinyl Record Industry Fears 'Vinylgeddon' After Fire Burns Down Apollo Masters Plant

Meet 'mom-and-pop' of our vinyl shop

23 January 2020
Ton Vermeulen is the proud owner of Record Industry, together with his wife Mieke. Before he took over the Haarlem-based pressing plant in 1998 he already knew the music industry inside out. He was a deejay, worked for radio stations and music...

Why we advise CMYK print for your labels

20 January 2020
We strongly advise our customers to design their label artwork in CMYK. Why? After printing, the labels will be exposed to high temperatures (180 degrees Celsius) to dry them. Any moisture left in the paper can cause imperfections. We therefore...