About Ben Franklin Printers Inc
Print Shop in Manchester NH
Marc Pinsonneault purchased Twin Press in June of 1995 and renamed the company Ben Franklin Printers, Inc. At the time of the purchase there were six employees. Under Marc’s ownership the company has grown to 12 employees. The company originally resided at 711 Mast Road in Goffstown, NH. Marc purchased a new building at 39 Londonderry Turnpike in 2010 where Ben Franklin Printers, Inc. & Promotional Products currently resides.
Marc and his talented team have taken the company to new standards in the ever-changing world of printing and pre-press technology.
Our mission is to lead the way in developing innovative information delivery solutions that help our customers gain a competitive edge.
“To state our values is easy. Only by our actions do we make them real.”
As a service-oriented organization with strong technology and production capabilities, we consult with each of our clients, developing integrated solutions for designing and managing their business communications. A key component in this process is ensuring that the latest technologies are applied to creating, storing, moving, presenting and utilizing information in any combination of paper and electronic formats.
We are experts in understanding, parsing and re-rendering data to increase its presentation value while reducing distribution costs. We enhance our clients’ marketing efforts, potentially turning cost centers into profit centers, by using our expertise and technology to add meaningful, targeted content to documents, presenting them in a unique way that gets them noticed, read and responded to.
Our Environmental Commitment
| We have outfitted our building with T5 lighting —all light bulbs have been replaced with “eco-friendly” bulbs that give off 20% more light using less energy.
| We run closed-loop plate chemistry replenishment/removal systems developed in collaboration with Eastman Kodak Co.
| We run vegetable-oil based ink around the clock. Not just on special request.
| Water, air, aluminum printing plates and inks are all recycled.
| We recycle 100% of excess papers generated in our printing and finishing operations including trims, corrugated and office waste.
Retired after 28 & 1/2 years. She will be missed!