Lincoln Printing

ABOUT LINCOLN PRINTING

While we can't claim to be direct descendants of Johannes Gutenberg, those of us at Lincoln Printing are still pretty proud of our heritage, a tradition that includes the finest craftsmanship, topnotch customer service, and more than a fair amount of innovation of our own. Lincoln is one of the Midwest's premier printing companies. We're based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and serve customers in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, and beyond.

Over the last half century, Lincoln has earned a solid reputation by providing the highest-quality products and services to customers locally, regionally, and nationally. That tradition continues. Now an RR Donnelley Company, one of the nation's largest printing companies, Lincoln has an even greater range of products and services to offer.

Backed by the purchasing and production power of a nationwide network, we offer customers possibilities no single printer could provide. Yet we retain our hometown roots, thoroughly grounded in our community and our tradition of superb craftsmanship and service.

Lincoln Printing was born in 1959 with the merger of Lincoln Press and Roberts Associates, two of our area's leading printers. Long based in Fort Wayne's Lakeside neighborhood, Lincoln Printing soon became known for its top-notch craftsmanship and culture of attentiveness to customer needs.

In 1998, Lincoln became member of CGX, which was aquired by RR Donnelley in 2014, which owns a wide variety of offset-, web-, and digital-printing firms nationwide. We moved to our present location, in Fort Wayne's Centennial Park, in 2003. Our state-of-the-art facility— 50,000 square feet in all—is just a stone's throw from I-69 and U.S. 30.

At all levels of our organization, we remain mindful of Lincoln's long tradition of excellence, part of which consists of embracing new technology and fostering a strong spirit of innovation.

We're successful only if you're successful and we thrive on developing long-term relationships with a long list of satisfied clients.

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