Regal is more than just a provider of fine quality printed materials. We’re also corporate identity specialists, drawing on over 45 years of excellence servicing many of the Fortune 500 and countless global and regional brands. Regal provides world-class marketing solutions using the latest digital technologies, e-commerce and environmentally responsible processes to build powerful brands for our customers.
Regal boasts full-service in-house print capabilities, specializing in digital lithography, multi-color raised print thermography, large format, engraving, embossing, hot stamp foil leafing along with our new state-of-the-art Hewlett Packard Digital Facility. We provide complete turnkey solutions, from product design to fulfillment services to technically advanced corporate identity management solutions, including traditional business forms, variable and direct imaging, commercial printing, inventory management, distribution services and advertising.
Let two highlights of our 45-year record speak for themselves. The US Government has been using Regal to print the country’s highest military commendation, the distinguished Purple Heart Certificate, for decades. And when one of the nation’s leading financial institutions required re-branding for 100,000 employees in just ten days. They called us and we delivered.
Regal has always invested in the most advanced presses and technology to ensure we are always ahead of the curve and can offer the best, most cost-effective service to our customers. This includes multiple market-leading HP Indigo Digital Presses, as well as Latex and large format printers for outdoor signage and poster projects in combination with traditional lithographic and offset presses. Production is complemented by additional processes, including all coatings, UV, soft touch,lamination, die cutting, binding, hot stamping, engraving and thermography. We also have a fully-featured warehouse and fulfillment services complete with all the automation we need to store and keep track of inventory.
A full equipment list is available upon written request.
Regal Press was founded in the early 1970s as a print broker selling corporate identity solutions to blue chip companies. When a competitor entered the print supply business, Regal followed suit and purchased its first printing presses with initial capability for raised print, multicolor lithography, embossing, hot foil stamping and letterpress.
In the years since, Regal has expanded its portfolio to embrace digital printing and currently has the largest fleet of HP Indigo Presses in the Northeast of the USA. It has also developed its own proprietary state of the art application for managing print procurement processes, ProcureLink®. Along the way, the company has picked up numerous awards, including the Ben Franklin Award, Printing Impressions Platinum Award and the IPA Gold Award as well as hundreds of commendations from the Graphics Industry Association and associated
Regal's focus for the future is to remain on the cutting edge of print technology. We are proud of our heritage, but are firmly invested in the future and what that will mean for brands and their corporate identities.
William founded Regal almost fifty years ago based on his comprehensive understanding of the print industry and customers' needs. His goal was not just to provide print brokerage but an end-to-end corporate identity service. A lot has changed since then but William has ensured that Regal has remained at the forefront of print production and brand management by continually investing in new technology and skilled personnel. He holds a BA from Northeastern University and is married with two adult children.
Vice President of Operations
Michael's training as a mechanical engineer fostered an interest in the printing and packaging industry, where he has spent more than 30 years designing innovative production techniques. In that time, he has become an expert in digital printing as well as more traditional print processes. At Regal, he is responsible for manufacturing and product development, helping the company introduce fresh approaches to printing. He is also a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology.
The Regal Press, Inc. (Regal) is committed to sustainability and managing health, safety and environmental (HS&E) matters as an integral part of its business. In particular, it is the company’s policy to assure the HS&E integrity of its processes and facilities at all time and at all places. Regal does so by adhering to the following principles:
Regal complies with applicable laws and regulations and implements programs and procedures to assure compliance. Compliance with HS&E standards is a key ingredient in the training, performance reviews, and incentive of all its employees.
Risk Reduction, Prevention and Resource Management:
Regal seeks opportunities, beyond regulatory compliance requirements, for reducing risk to human health and the environment, and establishes and meets its own HS&E quality standards where appropriate.
Regal employs management systems and procedures specifically designed to prevent activities and/or conditions that could pose a threat to human health, safety, or the environment. Regal looks for ways to minimize risk and protect its employees and the communities in which we operate by employing clean technology, including safe technologies and operating procedures, as well as being prepared for emergencies.
Regal strives to minimize releases to the air, land, or water through use of cleaner technologies and the safer use of chemicals. Regal minimizes the amount and toxicity of waste generated and ensures the safe treatment and disposal of waste. Regal manages scarce resources, such as water, energy, land forests, in an environmentally sensitive manner.
Regal communicates its commitment to HS&E quality and to its company’s environmental performance to its employees, vendors, and customers. Regal solicits their input in meeting its HS&E goals and in turn offers assistance to meet their goals.
Regal reviews its progress on an annual basis. Regal continuously seeks opportunities to improve its adherence to these principles and improving its environmental performance, and periodically reports progress to its stakeholders.