We’re celebrating over 100 years and three generations of leadership
2017 marks Interstate Printing Company’s 100th anniversary of Interstate Printing Company. To commemorate this milestone, we’re reflecting on our beginnings, our place in the printing industry – and our goals in the years ahead.
Val J. Peter, a German Immigrant and newspaper publisher, founded Interstate Printing in Omaha in 1917, igniting a legacy of printing excellence that has continued for three generations. It’s a legacy marked by a tradition of care and craftsmanship in all aspects and phases of the printing process, from the customer relationship, to the technology used, to the artistry of the finished project.
Today, we’re celebrating our anniversary by continuing to improve on the already superior service we provide our customers, having spent more than a million dollars on equipment upgrades in 2016 and looking to spend at least another million dollars in 2017.
“We are always reinvesting in our company and looking for new ways to further upgrade the quality of the product we deliver our customers,” said our president, Bill Peter. “In light of our 100th anniversary, that reinvestment is especially important. While our rich history set our story in motion, our successful future will further define our legacy.”
Bill, who represents the third generation of Interstate Printing leadership, attributes our ongoing success not only to our focus on innovation, but to our loyal customers as well.
“Throughout a century of growth, success and evolving technology, our customers have provided a constant source of inspiration. We’re grateful for their partnership, and we look forward to serving them in the years to come,” he said.