History of Printing Services of Nevada LLC
1985 Company founder, Boyd Richards, bought a one-color Multi 1250w offset press to produce short-run envelope and form jobs as a part-time business. He created a DBA and named it Champco after his oldest son, David, who we called Champ. Boyd operated out of his garage in Sparks, NV on nights and weekends with limited bindery capabilities and slowly grew the business.
1997 Champco changed its name to Printing Services of Nevada (PSN) and also changed its business model by operating full-time as a print brokerage firm. Utilizing his contacts throughout the industry. Boyd established mutually beneficial partnerships with trade printers in Nevada and California.
2012 Boyd’s son, Jeff Richards, joined the business. PSN began to add in-house capabilities which provided the capability to produce b/w projects, facilitate variable data, and operate a full service bindery. Combined with the growing brokerage business, PSN was able to offer more services faster.
2015 PSN added digital color and expanded its fulfillment program to keep up with its growing business. The company now had the capability to produce up to 2 million black and white prints and 300,000 color prints per month.
2017 Further expanding, PSN added two more digital color printers, a single color short-run envelope printer and expanded its services in its bindery department.
2019 In July of 2019, Jeff Richards purchased the company from his father and incorporated it as Printing Services of Nevada LLC. Shortly after, the company upgraded to the newest in Xerox digital printing technology and became the first in Northern Nevada to place a Xerox Iridesse Production Press capable of high-quality 4 color printing with metallic, clear, and white in one pass. This combined with XMPie software and upgraded bindery machines that finish jobs quicker and with better precision, PSN is able to produce the highest quality at a competitive price.