Undoubtedly, the right choice for your data, CDA GmbH.

As one of the largest independent manufacturers of optical storage media in Europe, CDA GmbH has grown into a complete provider for all your data replication needs.

Today we offer a comprehensive range of CD, DVD and BD services – from authoring and mastering, via production, right through to individual packaging solutions or the logistics handling for complex orders.

We also duplicate your data on memory cards and USB sticks. Our services also include new technologies such as Blu-ray Disc and HD printing as well as high-quality non-scratch coating or the personalisation of each individual disc. Vision embossing on the read side of the data medium, similar to a form of watermark, and the integration of RFID chips are services that are exclusive to our company.

The focus of our work is the success of our customers, the basis for long-term business relationships.

Some 200 committed employees ensure your particular needs are met with the highest standards of quality and reliability.

We see ourselves as problem-solvers for our customers and support them with a comprehensive range of services.

With subsidiaries and sales offices in France, the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as our headquarters in Thuringia, we are always local to you.


Frank Hartwig, Chief Executive Officer
+49 3681 387 219


Am Mittelrain
Suhl, 98529

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