We have just completed installation of our new 2015 Komori GL40 5-color with aqueous coater 40-inch press!

Kringle Candle wanted to standout from the competition with a catalog that reflected the high quality standards they maintain in the candle making process.

We were pleased to assist American International College in printing and mailing an oversize postcard for their Graduate Degree program.

Soldier On, a private non-profit organization aiding veterans to end homelessness, asked us for a small print run of outreach brochures.

It is a great time for your business to take a fresh look at the direct mail marketing channel. We often hear people dismiss mail as “old school” and many seem to consider it ineffective. Two points on that. First, have you noticed how little mail you now receive in your mailbox? You may interpret that to mean “everyone knows mail doesn’t work.” But research shows that mail does work when used intelligently as a component of your marketing plan. And that uncluttered mailbox means there is a bigger chance that your mail piece will be noticed. Second, data shows that direct mail generates a higher response rate than email. Consider how many promotional emails you receive vs direct mail in a given day. That large volume of email makes it difficult for email to penetrate your attention and grab your interest. Once that email scrolls by, it is pretty much gone forever in terms of the recipient. The response rate for direct mail is 4.4% compared to 0.12% for email, according to data from the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council.

A recent project for Absorbine's Ultra Shield Fly Control product line that required durability for longevity.

Hadley Printing Company, for our part in the production of Cooley-Dickinson Hospital’s Donor Impact Report. We are proud to receive the Gold Lamplighter Award! For more details, click on the “read more” link below.

What do 4 color process, 2 spot colors (one being a metallic ink), stepped pages and round corners have in common? Click on the “read more” link below to find out.

Hadley Printing recently printed a pocket folder using CMYK, Pantone colors, aqueous coating and varnishes to create a unique look that truely shines. To see a photo and learn more about this print project click on the “read more” link below.