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In 1961, Lithographic Industries, Inc. was established and built

upon the premise of providing the highest possible quality at the lowest possible price. This premise still holds true today.

The Ebert Family has been involved in the printing industry for over 4 generations.

1961

Lithographic Industries, Inc. is established by brothers Louis and Roman A. Ebert, Jr.

1964

Litho expands doubling the size of the building

1969

The installation of the first highspeed Bobst die cutter in our industry

1979

The current President, Louis A. Ebert Sr. joins Lithographic Industries, Inc.

1975

Litho invents the standardization of hang holes, which will later be used by all blister card manufacturers under ISO standards.

1984

The first catalytic incinerator is added in efforts to help reduce our carbon footprint along with using the process to help heat our plant. This piece of machinery is needed to use our solvent based heat seal coating “LITHO-COAT”

1985

Litho expands again, adding on additional warehousing.

1986

Paula Ebert joins Lithographic Industries, Inc.

1993

a 6-unit Planeta is added to our equipment

1994

We move to a more advanced version of our coating known as 9022 to help further provide superior coating in our industry.

1995

Introduction of the “Touch Color” format

1996

Two presses make “Super Touch” possible

1997

Installation of the Misomex and Boost SP 102E II

1999

Roman A. Ebert 4th joins Lithographic Industries, Inc.

2000

New Millenium – New die cutter

2003

Lithographic Industries becomes ISO 9001:2000 certified

2004

Addition of an Automatic Steel Rule Bending Machine

2005

100% CTP of digital work flow

2007

Lithographic Industries houses the largest press of its kind

2009

Louis A. Ebert Jr joins Lithographic Industries, inc. | We are now certified to ISO 9001:2008

2011

Litho purchases a new Pettrato Metro gluer, giving us the ability to in house glue, and fold

2012

We become G7 Master Printer Certified.

2014

We become GMI certified for specific customers

2017

Litho adds a new 29 x 41 KBA-Iberica die cutter enabling us to run a larger 29 x 41 combo sheet.

2018

We add a new state of the art thermal oxidizer RTO, eliminating the need to use catalyst.