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Island Pro Digital

By Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor | 10.06.11

Island Pro Digital is a full-service media fabrication company that offers its clients a large array of digital, offset and wide format printing solutions

Island Pro Digital is a printing and media fabrication company located in Islandia, NY. The company specializes in digital and offset printing, wide format printing and pre-press services. Island Pro Digital was founded by Kurt and Kyle Kubik in 2009 and officially opened its doors in January 2010.

“The concept behind the company was to meld the worlds of physical and digital media to create a one-stop-shop experience for individuals and companies seeking media fabrication,” said Kyle Kubik, vice president, Island Pro Digital.

Island Pro Digital is a full-service media fabrication company that offers its clients a large array of digital, offset and wide format printing solutions.

“Island Pro Digital offers multiple products and services under one roof, keeping our work consistent, our lead-time flexible and our pricing competitive,” said Mr. Kubik. “Our large collection of equipment fulfills the needs of wide-format, digital and offset media. An entrepreneur can find packaging solutions, business stationary and a promotional video for web while a large corporation can find trade show display options, promotional materials and utilitarian forms at a single source.”

Keys to Success

It is a challenging time for the printing industry. Companies must work extra hard to succeed in the marketplace. Island Pro Digital prides itself on offering outstanding customer service.

“With our clients, we approach each project with unwavering honesty and craftsmanship,” said Mr. Kubik. “Our goal is to build strong relationships with our clients by exceeding their expectations, whether through a simple follow-up phone call or by meeting what seemed to have been an impossible deadline. We understand that there is a lot of competition out there, but we also understand that quality sells itself and often propagates loyalty.

“With our staff, we hold daily production meeting where we not only go over the schedule, but also share leads,” continued Mr. Kubik. “We often discuss current trends in print and media creation and how they can affect or benefit us. We strive to create a strong line of communication between our departments to reduce costly error and generate fresh ideas.”

As with their clients, Island Pro Digital looks to build strong relationships with its ink vendors as well. “We want our vendors to treat us as we treat our clients: with honesty and integrity,” he said. “We want our ink manufacturers to offer us a quality product at a competitive cost and, if need be, find solutions to any problems that may arise with their products.”

The company has no plans to slow down. “Through preserving values and leading innovation we will continue to expand our services to meet our clients’ print and media fabrication needs,” Mr. Kubik concluded.