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PXPOHIO specializes in the highest quality commercial offset and digital printing as well as direct mail.

A quest for excellence has always been a goal for PXPOHIO. We listen, act on the information we receive and deliver the best possible products to our customers. We take pride in partnering with our customers and we’re here to assist you with your printing needs. Whether it’s a large job or a small one, we deliver print quality that will exceed your expectations. From concept to completion, our attention to detail remains a constant. Our reliability and timeliness will give you peace of mind. After all, we’ve been providing Printing Excellence Since 1971.

Our Mission:
“To create extraordinary products that build productive and lasting relationships with our customers, suppliers and employees, while remaining an environmentally conscious company where exceptional quality and personal service are our primary directives for continued success.”

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Is printing still relevant?

Printing plays a significant role in the U.S. and Worldwide economies. Despite the myths you may have heard, print is big, print is green and print is here to stay.

If you are a business owner or marketer, print is an effective and important tool you should never forget.

To read more about the printing industry’s impact in the U.S. and Worldwide, click on the image below:

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Did you know that the people of Oslo, Norway donate the Trafalgar Square Christmas tree every year in gratitude to the people of London for their assistance during WWII?

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Did you know that the U.S. playing card company 'Bicycle' manufactured a playing card in WWII that when soaked, would reveal an escape route for the POWs? These cards were Christmas presents for all POWs in Germany. The Nazis were none the wiser! #pxpohio #columbusoh #reynoldsburgoh #commercialpr...Read more

Did you know that the U.S. playing card company 'Bicycle' manufactured a playing card in WWII that when soaked, would reveal an escape route for the POWs? These cards were Christmas presents for all POWs in Germany. The Nazis were none the wiser! #pxpohio #columbusoh #reynoldsburgoh #commercialprinter #bicycle #playingcards #ww2 #pows #powsingermany #germany #nazis...

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Did you know that Christmas is frequently abbreviated as X-mas because of an ancient tradition? X is the Greek letter "chi" which is an abbreviation for the word "Christ" in Greek. ...And now you know. #x-mas #pxpohio #columbusoh #reynodlsburgoh #commercialprinter #christmasabbreviated

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posted 1 week ago

Did you know that Japanese people traditionally eat at KFC or get KFC take-out for Christmas dinner? This tradition originated with an enormously successful marketing campaign 40 years ago. KFC is so popular that customers must place their Christmas orders 2 months in advance. The power of marke...Read more

Did you know that Japanese people traditionally eat at KFC or get KFC take-out for Christmas dinner? This tradition originated with an enormously successful marketing campaign 40 years ago. KFC is so popular that customers must place their Christmas orders 2 months in advance. The power of marketing. We hope your holidays are finger lickin' good!...

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posted 3 weeks ago

From the entire staff of PXPOHIO, Happy Thanksgiving!

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posted 3 weeks ago

Did you know that Gutenberg's financier was Johann Fust? The technology of the printing press was so new and astounding that Fust was accused of witchcraft, not least because some of the type of the Gutenberg Bible was printed in red ink, which some mistook for human blood.

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posted 1 month ago

Did you know that The Black Death significantly contributed to the evolution of the printing process? The dead left a surplus of clothes, which were inherited by the living, who could now dispose of their old, worn garments. The discarded clothes were used to make "rag paper", which became an inex...Read more

Did you know that The Black Death significantly contributed to the evolution of the printing process? The dead left a surplus of clothes, which were inherited by the living, who could now dispose of their old, worn garments. The discarded clothes were used to make "rag paper", which became an inexpensive alternative to parchment (sheepskin) and vellum (calfskin) - the only materials used in bookmaking at the time. Rag paper was a real bargain compared to the hundreds of calfskins and sheepskins it took to make one copy of the Bible - which was the staple text being produced. Incidentally the images shown of people with bird like heads, are actually wearing masks that were commonly worn by doctors and others treating plague victims. The "beak" portion of the mask was designed to hold various medicinal herbs that were supposed to improve the wearer's odds of not contracting this deadly pathogen....

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posted 1 month ago

On November 6, 1989, Jeff Chiki began his distinguished career at Pony X Press Printing Services, back when the company was located on Fairwood Avenue in Columbus. Jeff is a second generation bindery and finishing craftsman. Remarkably Jeff, living in Athens, Ohio, journeys 136.4 miles round trip ...Read more

On November 6, 1989, Jeff Chiki began his distinguished career at Pony X Press Printing Services, back when the company was located on Fairwood Avenue in Columbus. Jeff is a second generation bindery and finishing craftsman. Remarkably Jeff, living in Athens, Ohio, journeys 136.4 miles round trip each work day to our present Reynoldsburg, Ohio location. Over the past 28 years that Jeff has been with PXP he has traveled approximately 878,450 miles. To put this into perspective, Jeff could make nearly two full round trips from the earth to the moon with the number of miles that he has traveled. The fact that Jeff has been able to keep this up over 28 years and counting is truly amazing. We are grateful that Jeff crosses this great expanse each work day to oversee our bindery and finishing operation. Jeff and his crew work very diligently to transform flat press sheets into brilliant works of art for our valued customers. We have been very fortunate to have Jeff Chiki on our PXP Team for the past 28 years and hope to have him for many years to come. Congratulations Jeff Chiki on 28 Outstanding Years!!!...

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