Half a century ago, Edison Litho was started by Isidore Gross, one of the only surviving members of a large and distinguished family killed during the Holocaust. He came to this country with a wife, a young son and $50 in his pocket. With loans from friends, he opened a small printing plant on West 24th St. in Manhattan. His goal was to build his business by providing a high quality product while working hard to win the respect and trust of his customers.

Throughout his lifetime, Mr. Gross led by example, dealing honorably and fairly with employees, vendors and above all, customers. Each customer was valued. Today, his son George, President of Edison and son-in-law Joe Ostreicher, Chief Operating Officer/Director of Sales uphold this longstanding tradition of integrity, honesty and caring about the customer. Their sons and daughter are now at Edison maintaining the standards of excellence our customers have come to expect.
Edison Litho expanded from a 12,000 sq. ft. to 60,000 sq. ft. With an ever growing customer base that included some of the top names in manufacturing and retail, Edison needed to expand. They moved to North Bergen, New Jersey.
Edison goes digital and computerized with the new Image Setter.
Direct-to-plate printing begins: CTP Creo Spectrum Proofsetter and VLF Trendsetter come to Edison.
Edison buys additional 20,000 sq. ft. of space to open an in-house bindery, which streamlines the job process.
A full -size web press comes to Edison. The 20,000 square foot press runs large quantity small format jobs quickly.
Edison buys a Magnus Platesetter.
The KBA Rapida 205, the most advanced 6 color press in the world comes to Edison.
As the Northeast leader in large format printing, Edison installs the state of the art KBA Rapida 205 printing 59.5” x 81” sheets.
Edison purchases the KBA Rapida 162.
Edison purchases a Goodstrong Dual Precision Sheeter. Ordering paper becomes a thing of the past.
Edison celebrates 50 years in business.
With the purchase of a second KBA 205, Edison becomes the only printing plant in the United States with three KBA presses. The new press enables Edison to print on paper, board, plastic, foil, etc.
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