Here at Steinhauser, we are as proud of our long and rich history as we are excited about our vision of the future. Select a date at left to learn about some important moments in our past.
Albert Steinhauser opens A. Stenhauser & Sonat , 1519 Central Pkwy, Cincinnati Ohio.
The bindery at A. Steinhauser & Son.
A Kelly letterpress.
The typesetter's station.
Steinhauser & Son becomes Stenhauser, Incorporated (no image?)
Wilbur Steinhauser moves the shop to 659 East 6th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A 2-color Aurelia press is purchased. Shop moves to 926 Wareham Drive, Mt. Adams, Ohio.
A 4-color Diddle Glaser is purchased.
A 4-color Royal Zenith Web press is purchased.
Steinhauser, Inc. moves to 207 East 4th Street, Newport, KY.
A 4-color Komori press is purchased.
Bob Steinhauser stands next to a Royal Zenith Web press.
Bob Steinhauser accepts congratulations from his father, Wilbur, on assuming ownership of Steinhauser, Inc.
Bernie Hass, left, vice president, and Bob Steinhauser show off a UC Bearcats poster.
A 6-color Komori sheet-fed press is purchased.
Bob Steinhauser in September 2005 with children Tara and Trevor.
A Comco ProGlide 10-color Flexo Web press is purchased.
Trevor Stenhauser and Tara Steinhauser Halpin in front of a portrait of their father, Bob Stenhauser.
Trevor Steinhauser and Tara Steinhauser Halpin become the 4th generation to own and operate Stenhauser, Inc.
A Comco ProGLide 8-color Flexo Web press is installed.
A FAMILY TRADITION
Steinhauser, Inc.'s unique family tradition is reflected in the principles that guide us in our business practices.