At Stuyvesant Press, our mission is to exceed our clients expectations by becoming their “Total Print Solutions Provider”. By combining today’s technology with our State of the Art equipment, we can provide the highest quality product and customer service in a timely manner. We believe in creating long lasting relationships with our clients in order to help them reach their goals and objectives.
Stuyvesant Press was incorporated in New Jersey in 1977. Our initial facility was a 400 sq. foot storefront. We produced small runs of business cards, letterheads, envelopes and some small one and two color sales sheets. Over the next 2 years, through hard work and determination we grew to 3 employees, and found it necessary to move to our second facility which had 2200 sq. ft.
Over the next 6 years by taking on larger jobs, we were able to purchase new machinery, and hire additional workers. In 1985, with business continuing to grow, a local building was purchased, keeping us in Irvington. This 3 story building had a total of 15,000 sq. ft. which needed total renovation. It had been unoccupied for many years and was in dire need of TLC. Through hard work and commitment from our staff, we rehabbed the entire building, a lot of it ourselves after our regular job and over weekends. Stuyvesant Press took over the basement floor, consisting of 5,000 sq. ft, and rented out the two upper floors. With continued growth, buying new machinery, and hiring new employees, we expanded upward, occupying two floors. We were supplying printing for large visible companies like Hahnes Dept. stores, BFI, Verizon etc. We developed a trustworthy reputation in our industry, and developed a great following.
We offered e-commerce very early on and became the national print vendor for an international quality assurance company. Stuyvesant Press has won print industry awards for over 20 years in the running, and in 2001 and in 2002, Stuyvesant Press was nominated for the ICIC (Initiative for a Competitive Inner City) national award and won both years, placing 89th and 44th, respectively.
Although the print industry has suffered tremendous losses in revenues and in facilities over the past few years, Stuyvesant Press has not only survived but is now poised to move out ahead, making proper investments into new technology and implementing cost saving methods.
Although Stuyvesant Press is a member of numerous business associations, we are most proud of our involvement with local and regional non-profit organizations. We are not only committed to our work, but to the community in which we reside.