Farley Printing

Our History

Farley Printing was founded in 1965 by brothers Bill and Tom Farley. From humble beginnings in a small shop on Main Street in Louisville, Kentucky, to its modern facility on 6th Street, Farley Printing has evolved into a robust operation offering a host of products and services.

Dedicated to Kate Farley

RECENT HISTORY

2003 - A 4-color Heidelberg MOVP Press was installed expanding our competitiveness in the full color market

2004 - We added an in-house mailing department, complete with inserting, tabbing, and bulk mailing equipment.

2004 - We made our first investment in the digital market with the Bizhub C450 giving us the capabilities to print short run competitively.

2008 - Farley Printing moved into, after extensive renovation, a much larger and more adequate facility in downtown Louisville. This location has proven to be very convenient for our customers in the Louisville Metro area.

2009 - A Heidelberg SM74-6L Press equipped with an aqueous coater was installed and increased our pressroom capabilities and efficiency.

2009 - An investment was made to purchase the Xerox 700 Digital Color Press to easily create and enrich variable content documents.

2010 - Our pressroom expanded again, this time with installation of the Heidelberg SM74-5C Press equipped with perfecting capabilities.

2011 - Farley Printing entered the Wide Format Printing market with the addition of the Mutoh ValueJet 1614. This machine prints large banners, signs, and poster products.