Over 50 years ago Lewis Grotenhuis set up a small printing press in his basement, producing printed materials for the Presbyterian Church as well as the local community. With patience, care, attention to detail, and a true desire to satisfy each customer, he built a reputation for quality, value, and service.
In 1971, Lewis’s son Fred returned from military service and assumed control of the business. Under Fred’s guidance, Harmony Press grew and expanded its capabilities to become a full-service offset printing company serving customers throughout the tri-state area. By 1991, Harmony Press doubled in size and relocated to its current 15,000 square foot location in Easton, PA.
In early 2005, after 32 years at Harmony Press, Fred retired, passing the reins to his younger brother, Steve.
Harmony Press completed yet another expansion in 2007, with the addition of the Annex located on Line Street in Easton for the bindery and shipping departments.
In 2008 Harmony Press remodeled the offices, updated its Prepress department and added a Heidelberg CD 74 8-color perfecting press. This allows us to better meet the needs of our customers, with its ability to print eight (8) colors on one side, or four (4) colors, two sides in one pass.
Today Harmony Press still serves its customers with the same honesty, integrity, and personalized service that was Lewis Grotenhuis’ hallmark. We look forward to continued growth for our company, employees and the community.
- First to go computer to plate
- First to have digital offset press
- First adopter of desktop technology
- First with in-line aqueous coating
- First to adopt Mac
- First with pre-press interface (digital to press)
- First to go film-free
- One of the first to have computerized estimating