We began our business back in 1917, founded by Val Peter, a German immigrant, newspaperman and printing craftsman.
We proudly broke ground and built our current facility at 16th and Grace, just north of downtown Omaha.
Our first offset sheet-fed press was installed, allowing us to provide our customers with even higher-quality, cost-effective printing services.
We installed the 4-color web press in Omaha, allowing for very large, cost-efficient runs.
We installed the first heat-set 4-color web press in the Midwest.
We added a second heat set web press.
In 1985, we continued our mission to stay on top of the latest printing technology by implementing photo typesetting.
We took that commitment a step further in 1999 by installing a new digital prepress and plate equipment.
In 2003, we added a fully digital prepress.
To further streamline our prepress process, we implemented direct-to-plate printing.
We installed a Komori S840P, which prints in full color on both sides of a sheet in one pass, making it much faster and more cost effective than traditional presses. The Komori prints up to eight colors, plus aqueous coating on one side in one pass, or four colors on both sides in one pass, plus aqueous coating on one side. It handles a 28×40-inch sheet of light or heavy weight.
Digital Press installed, which saves both time and money on projects, while accommodating shorter runs.
More than $1 million was spent on comprehensive facility upgrades, helping to ensure that we’re utilizing the latest, most efficient printing technology for the highest-quality results.
Interstate Printing Company celebrates its 100th anniversary. The anniversary is celebrated with the addition of new equipment and an new look and feel for the brand.
New Web press installed at Interstate – with faster printing capabilities.
Over $1 million spent on improvements to the facility and equipment at Interstate Printing.
New digital equipment and Duplo system installed.