Louisville Commercial Printing

Ernie’s Print Shop is a 360° commercial printing facility located in Louisville, Kentucky. While we can provide more solutions than listed below, here are a few common requests we receive:

  • Full service commercial printing
  • Business services including continuous forms and checks
  • Promotional products and marketing collateral
  • Graphic design services including business cards, brochures, flyers, posters, yard signs and banners

Ernie's Print Shop Blog

New Delivery Vehicle

Well we are having to get a different vehicle because we have out grown our current one. I am in the process of getting a mini van so that we can better serve our customers. So thanks to all our loyal customers for having this problem!

New Website for Ernie’s Print Shop

We are in the process of getting the new website up and running. I hope that the troubles we are going through greatly benefits our customers. It has been a long process with a few fly by night internet people that have made this a very trying ordeal.


Recent Printing News: (These are external posts from top printing websites to help improve your business)

  • Xeikon – the new digital printing solutions division of Flint
    On Friday the 20th of November the news broke that the Flint Group has bought Xeikon from previous venture capital owner Bencis, almost two and half years after they bought the digital print and platesetter business from Punch International. Xeikon will continue to operate in its existing lines of business and will now become a [...]"

  • Survey Says… Smartphone winning for photo taking – traditional cameras cling to special occasions
    When thinking about taking photos, in year’s past the first thing to come to mind was using a camera. But today since almost every mobile device has a camera, the traditional camera isn’t the first thing people actually pick-up when looking to take a photo. For many years InfoTrends has been conducting an annual mobile [...]"

  • Xerox Announces Next Generation Workflow Automation Solutions and More
    On November 16th, Xerox announced two new workflow automation solutions for the insurance industry and HR departments, updated versions of two of their platforms (Digital Alternatives and DocuShare), and new components of their MPS strategy for the channel. New Workflow Automation Solutions Xerox released solutions for insurance and human resources, areas that are both information-heavy, [...]"

  • NY Times Introduces Virtual Reality to the Masses
    On November 8, more than 1 million New York Times newspaper subscribers received an interesting gift with their Sunday paper – a Google Cardboard viewer. Google Cardboard is a simple device, made up of corrugated cardboard and a pair of plastic lenses, which turns any Apple or Android smartphone into a virtual reality (VR) viewing [...]"

  • Trends in Output Management – Perspectives From Comparting 2015
    The eleventh annual Comparting conference was held in Böblingen, Germany, near Stuttgart from October 15-16. The Comparting conference, organized by Compart each year, is a two-day international forum for Multi-channel Document and Output Management. This years’ focus was on how companies are dealing with customer communications that increasingly revolve around multi-channel-capable document processing. About 375 [...]"

  • Delivering on Customer Engagement at the XMPie User’s Conference
    Earlier this week the XMPie User’s Group conference was held in Miami, Florida. The theme of the conference was “The Art of Customer Engagement” and brought together users of XMPie software from around the globe for three days of networking and learning. The opening keynote titled “On Bridging Print and Digital” was delivered by Jacob [...]"

  • Two Storage Giants To Become One
    On October 21, Western Digital Corporation (WD) announced its plan to acquire SanDisk in a deal that values SanDisk at approximately $19 billion. This merger has some interesting possibilities for consumer and professional photographers. SanDisk is perhaps the best-known manufacturer of memory cards for digital still cameras, digital video cameras, and mobile phones. Since the [...]"

  • The Dell-EMC Deal
    The Deal Though a little sticker-shock—to the order of $67 billion—is certainly in order, we should not be entirely surprised that Dell acquired EMC and its 81% stake in VMware. After all, it was an open secret that EMC was actively seeking buyers after the recent struggles with shareholders, and the failure to conclude a [...]"

  • Take-aways of Canon Europe’s EXPO 2015 Keynote in Paris
    Last week, Canon Europe opened its doors for EXPO 2015, its quinquennial global event, in Paris, France. The EXPO is a major event for Canon’s partners and customers within the EMEA region. This year’s EXPO  covered over 15,000 square meters of exhibition space. It demonstrated innovations in business areas within consumer imaging products, office equipment, print [...]"

  • MOO Bridges the Paper-to-Digital Gap with Paper+
    InfoTrends has been promoting the idea of interconnectivity between the printed and digital worlds for years now, as a way to raise the value of printed products and make them more functional and integrated into our digital world. One very interesting new product that bridges the gap between print and digital is MOO’s Paper+ technology, [...]"