in Offset Printing and Coatings
Large Volume, High-End Print Work!
We at Holland Litho tend to enjoy talking about new technology, and new toys we have to offer, most of which have involved digital printing and presses.
But we'd like to remind you that we're also very good (and very fast) at large volume, high-end work, too! Our 40", 6-color (+ aqueous coating capability) presses and full-scale bindery (including diecutting) are great for catalogs, multi-page brochures, posters, pocket folders, packaging - and other type of projects in high volume (postcards, letterhead, envelopes, etc.).
To learn more about our history, and why we're good with critical color work, read on:
Holland Litho started as a film house and prepress shop. We realize many of you (especially the younger set!) have no idea what this means. We were relied on by many area firms to manipulate color, back in the film and Scitex days, to help reproduce wood and laminate finishes, fabrics, and other delicate, critical subjects. This background and experience with color has served us well as we have evolved over the years into the full scale printing and mailing facility we are now.
The revolution that has culminated in digital printing actually started in typesetting and prepress. Around 15 years ago, QuarkXPress and Photoshop introduced the designer to tools previously found mainly in the hands of service providers. While it seems hard to believe, back in the day, type was marked up with font and size specifications and given to typographers to typeset. Similarly, photographic originals, typically submitted as transparencies, were provided to color separators like Holland for scanning and retouching.
While the workflow has changed dramatically since those days, we believe our focus back then on being the high-end quality provider uniquely prepared us to tackle today's workflows. In fact, that's a big part of the Holland formula for success: Namely, the need to deliver the highest quality at the fastest turn-around for the most discerning customers. Such an approach has indeed served us well over the years, regardless of the workflow.
Please keep Holland in mind, as many others do, for your larger projects, because we have a couple 40" presses running 24 hours a day on projects such as 500,000 envelopes, 370,000 postcards, 100,000 brochures, 45,000 pocket folders and many others that require the highest quality and the fastest turn-arounds offered anywhere.