Seaway printing breaks new ground, laying the foundation for future growth
"It's our responsibility to build upon that legacy and leave Seaway better than we found it."
The story began in Green Bay, Wisconsin, in 1884, when Seaway Printing opened its doors as a book manufacturer, building a reputation for expert craftsmanship, service, and reliability. It’s now in the hands of principal owners Lynn and Kevin Heslin, who continue to strengthen the reputation of Seaway as an innovative leader in the print industry.
The company continues to grow a team, and culture, that comes to work every day to become better than the day before. The loyalty, dedication, and hard work of their employees have been instrumental in supporting the company's growth. It is through their efforts that Seaway has been able to build a new facility that will not only meet the evolving needs of customers but also provide a solid foundation for future growth.
Drawings of the Seaway Printing new office, production, and warehouse facility at 2812 American Blvd., in the town of Lawrence.
“Seaway is 138 years old. When you have a company with that kind of legacy, you really don’t own it — you’re simply taking care of it for a period of time. It’s our responsibility to build upon that legacy and leave Seaway better than we found it.” said Kevin Heslin.
"We are a reliable supplier and our clients know that we always do what we say we will do," said Heslin. With the support of Heidelberg and HP, Seaway has experienced a 20% compound annual growth rate in the past 7 years, prompting its decision to expand into a new facility. To support this growth, the company has invested in state-of-the-art offset and digital presses that will be immediately installed in the new facility.