Founded by Charles Henry Flewwelling. Started as an engraving company selling hand engraved wood cuts for use in printing presses.
As the business grew, began offering other products such as commercial printing, seal presses & Stencils.
Purchased equipment to start manufacturing rubber stamps.
Charles Flewwelling dies, John Whitcomb Flewwelling becomes president of the company.
Flewwelling Press incorporates and becomes Flewwelling Press Limited.
Engraving machines were purchased. This allowed them to expand into engraving metal and plastic signs.
Charles Flewwelling becomes president of the company.
Harold Flewwelling inherits the company from his father Charles and sells it to James Stewart.
Switched to computerized manufacturing, which greatly increased production capacity.
Moved to current location at 96 Prince William Street.
Further increased product offerings by adding sandblasting equipment to decorate awards and a vinyl plotter to produce custom decals. Became a distributor of promotional products.
Ron Stewart becomes president of the company.
Purchased a wide format printer and began manufacturing large format signs, decals & vehicle wraps. Adopted the motto “We print on everything”
Rebranded with new Logo