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Fort Orange Press continues to stay on the forefront of manufacturing technology, going far beyond putting ink to paper. Keeping up with cutting edge technology allows Fort Orange to provide customers with optimal service. Fort Orange works on both PC and Mac platforms with the most current industry software. By uploading customer files onto our secure FTP site and providing each customer with their own private password, customers are able to enter our prepress workflow simply and securely.

Efficiency, quality, reliability. We use direct-to-plate pre-press technology, enabling us to move jobs from the earliest phase to completion quickly and efficiently, streamlining the total turn-around time of a quality job for our customers. Our pre-press operations simplify the most complex, critical steps of any job and won’t bottleneck customers’ schedules.

Our customers rely on us for quality and efficiency. And we deliver.

Large or small, complex or simple. Working with large, established corporations to simple startup companies, our sheet-fed pressroom can meet the demands of any job. Fort Orange’s pressroom can produce large-scale jobs up to 28"x41" as well as marketing brochures and simple company identity materials like letterhead and envelopes. From six-color down to single-color jobs of 50,000 or as few as 1,000 print-runs and a complete in-house bindery including saddle-stitching, perfect binding, and wire-o binding, Fort Orange is equipped to handle any job. Other services include worldwide shipping and fulfillment, warehousing, integrated shipment tracking ability, and product inventory control.

The Fort Orange team is experienced and committed to customer satisfaction, ensuring quality, precision, and timeliness. Nothing is more important than having people who are capable of and committed to executing and following through on a job. At Fort Orange, we have the technology – and we have the people. Speak to one of our Fort Orange Press representatives to make your design visions a print reality.