HISTORY

A Lasting Reputation

At Thrift-Remsen Printers, we take great pride in our lasting reputation that has been carefully built and established over the past seven decades. We’ve put in hard work to build our business from the ground up and have exceeded our own expectations through challenging adaptations that naturally happen over time. Our history is characteristic of quality workmanship, professional and loyal service and a workforce committed to upward growth.

Our Progress Path

1938

1938

Delbert E. Remsen and Victor R. Lind establish Lind-Remsen Printing Company, Inc.

1945

Lind-Remsen Printing Company, Inc. purchases Thrift Printers (d.b.a. Thrift-Remsen Printers).

1967

Robert D. and George W. Remsen Jr. are elected officers of Thrift-Remsen Printers and assume responsibility of all operations.

1968

1968

Thrift-Remsen Printers introduces a new corporate identity including a revised logo.

1985

Purchased first four-color press, further enhancing the scope of printing services offered.

1994

1994

Moved to a custom constructed, modern facility.

2001

Purchased second four-color press, further establishing Thrift-Remsen Printers as a provider of high-quality multicolor printing services.

1995

Expanded mailing department to include state-of-the-art InkJet technology, tabbing, polybagging, inserting and database management.

2004

Thrift-Remsen begins to eliminate film, investing in cutting edge Agfa direct-to-plate prepress technology. This workflow provides our clients with faster turnaround times and accurate proofing. Dramatically shortening time to press is essential in a competitive marketplace.

2007

Responding to the ever changing technologies, Thrift-Remsen invests in Agfa's ApogeeX workflow. Moving from a "violet" Galileo platesetter to the latest "thermal" Avalon platesetter using the much "greener" Amigo plates.