Our history helps define the printing industry in Milwaukee. Before there were web presses with digital imaging pumping out 52-page special-sized magazines, Weber was relying on two brothers with ambition, $18 in working capital and a small hand press.
William H. and George C. Weber grew the company from humble beginnings in their basement on 15th Avenue to a modern regional printing facility within 25 years. They passed down their family tradition of quality, craftsmanship and excellent customer service to George C. Weber, Jr., and his protégé, Inez Nastal. Inez currently owns and operates Weber Printing with her son, David, and daughter, Julie. Thus, the strong Weber commitment to quality is preserved in this current generation who enhances these core beliefs with a commitment to technological growth.
Weber offers the same principles of craftsmanship, on-time delivery and value today that brought the founders success generations ago.