Whenever tasked with the mission of a new project we implement best practices from concept to completion. We are unafraid to customize bespoke solutions to meet our clients’ needs, eliminate confusion, keep everyone on the same page, and ensure full control of the project. Our teams work hard to create seamless integration, drastic return on investment, and rapid improvement, leaving no stone unturned and no voice unheard to guarantee the desired project outcome.
From designers to production artists to color specialists, our full pre-media crew join forces to make the impossible, possible.
Plate technicians and press-ready experts pay uncompromised attention to detail ensuring the result you expect and demand.
PRP is a Certified Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). We recognize the commitment to supplier diversity that is embraced by corporations and government agencies today and we can add diversity to your supply chain.
"I can easily say of ALL the suppliers I work with, PRP is at the top of my list for superior service, quality of product and competitive pricing"
Mr. Manuel Green started hand engraving on his kitchen table in 1938. By 1954, Precision Rubber Plate Inc. became a supplier to Procter & Gamble's Soap and Granules division.
Within the first year of working with P&G, Mr. Green developed a product that revolutionized the printing industry: PRINT CARDS. For the first time, artwork was prepared in miniature form, so graphics could be approved before corrugated containers were printed. Thus began the history of innovation at PRP.
From customizing manufacturing equipment to pioneering and continually improving print plate technologies, PRP is an industry leader.
Top: Manuel Green
hand engraving in 1938
Middle: Jim Green presenting in 1972
Bottom: Larry Green with Professor Ned in 1980