In early 2002, LPI relocated to our current home – the 130,000 sq. ft. – facility in New Berlin, Wisconsin. The combining of the new LPI and the Arnold company into one facility.

With this acquisition. Letterhead Press not only gained an entire team of experienced employees but was introduced the first modern die-cutting machines to the factory floor. The company evolved from foil stamping on a press to being able to offer die cutting, folding, gluing, and eventually carton converting. POP production was also introduced.

Letterhead Press was awarded an order to stamp holographic imagery onto 3,000,000 Kellogg’s cereal boxes. To prepare for the order, a brand new, 15,000 sq. ft. warehouse was designed and constructed.

Letterhead Press succeeded in holographically stamping a magazine cover for National Geographic which led them to purchase the first and only Holographic Registration Device in the world.

Letterhead Press began in the back of a Cedarburg, Wisconsin ice cream warehouse. With a single Kluge, Mike Graf & Mark Mulvaney began to provide foil stamp & emboss finishing for printers throughout the Milwaukee / Chicago area.