Printing & Mailing Services
Susquehanna Printing is part of a long tradition of printing in Lancaster County, beginning when A.J. Steinman purchased the Lancaster daily newspaper in the mid-1860s. Susquehanna Printing’s long-standing expertise in printing continues to this day, as it produces the daily LNP newspaper and three weekly newspapers, plus tabloids and circulars for businesses throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Combined, Susquehanna Printing’s pre-press and pressroom staff have over 400 years of experience in the printing industry.
Over the years, Susquehanna Printing has expanded its business to include complete solutions for scheduling, layout, digital printing, inserting, binding, direct mail, quality control, and distribution.
In 2020, Susquehanna Printing moved from Ephrata to a new facility at in Lancaster, and upgraded to a Goss Universal 70 offset press and state-of-the-art inserting and binding equipment.
This move has positioned Susquehanna Printing as a first-class regional printing, finishing, and mailing facility, ready to meet your business’s needs with creative and flexible solutions at competitive prices.
Products & Services
Susquehanna Printing is a full-service cold-set newsprint and digital printing company, with deep expertise in direct mail and postal regulations. Susquehanna Printing has a track record of offering creative and flexible solutions, achieving significant cost savings for their customers.
Susquehanna Printing’s post-press operation has power and flexibility through their inserting, binding and finishing capabilities. Susquehanna Printing offers shipping services using their own fleet for deliveries, which provides convenience for their customers and helps keep prices low.
The variety of products that Susquehanna Printing can handle is broad, including newspapers, tabloids, brochures, shoppers and circulars, booklets, flyers, post cards, and more. Contact Susquehanna Printing to learn why we are the best choice for printing, finishing, and mailing services in the Mid-Atlantic region.