Total Printing Solutions was founded as The Print Shoppe by Vernon Stoll and Allen Woolf and located south of downtown Wichita, Kansas. In just four short years The Print Shoppe doubled in size with the acquisition of another printing company and moved in 1983 to a larger facility west of Lawrence Dumont Stadium.
Postal Presort is established as the first and only First-Class presort service bureau in South Central Kansas.
After a decade of growth and to satisfy a growing number of customers and their needs, The Print Shoppe relocated again to 1325 E. Douglas. With Mr. Stoll’s retirement in 1999, Allen Woolf began to oversee operations and directed the business toward a four-color and digital environment.
The Print Shoppe name was retired and Total Printing Solutions (TPS) was chosen to represent the company’s new direction. As technology advanced, so did TPS. The company replaced its four-color press with a 19” x 25” five-color offset press with aqueous coater. Later the digital printing division received an upgrade with the addition of an IGEN Xerox digital press. Mail services, an online print-ordering system, and product fulfillment were also added to help our customers become more successful.
Postal Presort transitioned to become a preeminent digital services company. They met their first volume benchmark of one million digital documents per month.
Total Printing Solutions added TPS Promotions, a promotional and wearable division supplying the area with quality promotional items along with wearables that require screen printing or embroidery.
Postal Presort began distributing business mail and business documents globally by sending documents electronically to Europe to be printed and entered from there into various countries’ postal systems.
To continue to meet customers’ needs, a TPS Signs division was added. Today, services include wide-format products, indoor and outdoor signage, fleet and vehicle graphics, banners and more.
A proven team of web design experts came aboard Postal Presort to focus on supportive, improved online web interfaces and services for clients.
First iteration of Postalocity is launched as DocumentDeliveryNetwork.com.
Postalocity, a digital platform to help businesses streamline their mailing needs, is launched.
TPS digital printing capabilities expanded with the addition of four Konica/Minolta high-speed production printers.
Postal Presort now processes and presorts more than 20 percent of the mail generated in South Central Kansas.
Postalocity wins Wichita Business Journal Innovation Award.
Total Printing Solutions merges with Postal Presort, Inc. and operations are consolidated at the PPI location at 820 W. 2nd St. N. in Wichita, Kansas.