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)

  • DAM NY 2015
    On May 7th and 8th over 650 professionals descended on the Hilton Midtown in New York City for Henry Stewart’s 12th annual DAM NY Conference to see and learn about all things related to digital asset management (DAM). This year’s theme centered on ‘The Art & Practice of Managing Digital Media – all from the [...]"

  • Adobe Flies Sky High with Document Cloud
    Adobe is certainly no stranger when it comes to creating technologies that assist businesses in becoming more digital. Not everything the company has tried has gone gangbusters, but its newest offering, Adobe Document Cloud, appears poised for success. First off, it should be noted that Document Cloud is not simply another storage solution; it can be used [...]"

  • Interprint Digitally Prints Décor Paper with KBA’s RotaJET Technology
    Interprint one of the world’s most prominent manufacturers of décor paper for the laminate industry has gone digital. In a press release dated May 5th 2015, the company stated their strategy to use digital printing technology to address the growing demand for shorter runs of décor paper used in the manufacturing process of decorative laminates [...]"

  • Leading with Workflow – Canon-Océ Commercial Printing Business Days
    The importance of workflow and the matching software ecosystem has been frequently publicised and although not every user might have realised it yet, all production printing hardware vendors are strengthening their offerings in workflow and solutions nowadays. The importance of workflow is however in stark contrast with the lack of approaches in making the benefits [...]"

  • New Standard Aims to Simplify 3D Printing Process
    Last week, it was announced that seven leading companies in the global 3D printing sector have launched a new consortium—the 3MF Consortium—focused on interoperability, functionality, and standards within the 3D printing industry. The 3MF Consortium’s Logo As a first step, the consortium is releasing a new specification—the 3D Manufacturing Format (3MF) specification—that enables design applications [...]"

  • Ricoh and Sharp Announce New Plans to Bring IT Services to the Channel
      Ricoh Americas Corporation and Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA) announced new additions to their channel programs this week; both targeted to help their dealers provide IT services.  Ricoh’s program named CHAMPS will offer what is being branded as Cloud IT Services, which will be available exclusively for Ricoh Family Group dealer [...]"

  • Organizing a Lifetime of Photos
    Recently, a review called The Best Way to Organize a Lifetime of Photos appeared in the Wall Street Journal. The author, Geoffrey Fowler, compared five offerings: Apple Photos, Shoebox, Lyve, Mylio, and Adobe Lightroom. In the article, he gives his impressions of each service and their pluses and minuses. Ultimately, the author decides that Lightroom [...]"

  • HP Decides to Cut Bait with Snapfish
    Given the choice to either “Snapfish” or cut bait, Hewlett-Packard has chosen the latter. HP announced last week that it will sell its snappily-named online photo business to District Photo while simultaneously preparing to split into two separate companies. Snapfish offers services such as online photo sharing, storage, management and editing, and also allows users [...]"

  • Production placement growth in 2014 – but watch the segments
    InfoTrends just published the 2014 production placement numbers for the U.S. and Western Europe. In both geographies we had some growth in placements. In general Europe showed a much better growth driven by a stabilizing economy in 2014, while growth in the U.S. was marginal, based on the fears of a slowing economy. Of course [...]"

  • Xerox Evolving in 2015 with New Product Announcements
    Xerox, a leader in document technology and services, today announced several new solutions and services that will add to their history of innovation. Xerox’s Large Enterprise Operations (LEO) is aligning its services offering by key vertical market to connect MPS & BPO. Xerox announced new workflow solutions for document intensive processes within the retail supply [...]"