In 1948, Henry Schiele opened a small print shop in an old barber shop. Henry would sell by day and print by night. After years of dedication his hard work paid off and the brand Schiele took off on a wonderful whirlwind of adventures. Years later with commitment, some big decisions, acquisitions and a ton of passion, the Schiele Group is now one of the largest printers in the Midwest. Henry’s high morals and values were his guiding principles for growth which are still followed within the company today.
Today, the Schiele Group is a multi-plant enterprise that produces more than a billion pieces of printed material each year. But no matter how big we get we will never forget that we put our reputation on the line with every order we produce. We guarantee you satisfaction!
The Schiele group works hard to be a good corporate citizen. We work with our employees to aid in causes that impact them directly and the community around us. Corporate support comes in the form of donations, employee fundraising with corporate match, discounted services and donations of goods and services.
We support organizations that work on reducing homelessness, poverty and social injustices. We donate to organizations that support individuals with physical and mental illnesses.
We expanded into a second Elk Grove facility with120,000sq ft of print space!
Johnson Printers in Downers Grove, IL was acquired.
Schiele has strategically acquired ten industry companies over the years with the last being Chicago Press in December of 2016, known heavily for it's Union Printing in Chicago.
Founded in 1948 by Henry Schiele in a barber shop. Henry believed that the most important part of starting a business was to treat employees and customers like family.
Schiele merged with Impressions Unlimited.
We don’t joke that we treat employees like family! So much so that we celebrate our John Kontek Sr and Ron Bartel’s 50th year anniversary with us!
The pandemic of 2020 did not slow down Schiele Group. The company invested in 1mm worth of new equipment to print products and graphics for the compliance guidelines of the CDC and to keep their 140+ employees with income.