Worzalla Today

A look at our full-service company since 1892

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Today, Worzalla is a state-of-the-art, full-service printing and binding facility that has been operating for over 100 years. Located in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, our 300,000 square foot manufacturing facility is fully dedicated to the printing and binding of books.

With many different styles and categories of product produced (children's books, coffee table, religious, medical, directories), Worzalla is truly a versatile book manufacturing facility.

Worzalla is 100% Employee-Owned, meaning every person you work with is an owner. This translates to establishing a working relationship that places you, the customer, as number one.

State-of-the-art prepress technology, one through six color sheetfed, web, and digital presses, and a multitude of finishing options allow us to produce consistently high quality books in both short and long run quantities. Our full-service bindery which features perfect and notch binding, side sew, smyth sew, saddle stitch, with both soft and hard case capabilities, enables us to produce your entire job with one of the best on-time delivery records in the industry.

Worzalla is truly a one-stop, state-of-the-art company dedicated to serving your every need.

Our History

From 1892 to Today

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Worzalla Publishing Company (WPC) was founded in 1892 when brothers Joseph and Steven Worzalla bought a fledgling Polish Newspaper. The brothers setup their office and production plant on the upper floor of a building at Main and Third Streets in Downtown Stevens Point.

In 1912, WPC purchased a lot and building from the Hoffman Piano Company and moved to Second Street. The Worzalla Brothers now had enough room to expand their job printing operation and enter the bookbinding business, which operated under the name of National Bookbinding Company.

During World War II, the company expanded its letterpress operation and added two warehouses. In 1955, offset printing was added. Quickly outgrowing their space, Worzalla Publishing constructed a new plant on Jefferson Street in 1957, where our operations remain today.

In the spring of 1985, the employees acquired 1/3 of the shares of the company and created an ESOP (Employee Stock Option Plan). By the end of 1986, the employees acquired the remaining 2/3 shares, making WPC a 100% employee-owned company.