ABOUT US

About R.C. Brayshaw & Company

40 years ago, on July 1st, 1979, Richard C. and Fran Brayshaw opened the doors to the historical train station on Newmarket Street, after years of renovation and work, as an offset print shop. They had a dream to provide the highest quality print, and a corresponding mission to provide top-of-the-line customer service each and every time.

R.C. Brayshaw includes 3 facilities in Warner and West Lebanon, NH, and over 60 employees from New Hampshire and Vermont. We proudly work with businesses of all industries—from theaters to hospitals, restaurants to colleges, mom-and-pop shops to multinational corporations, and everyone in between—with a wide range of marketing solutions.

For over 40 years we have committed ourselves to honoring our founders’ original vision and have expanded the services we offer to ensure that we can meet as many of the marketing and communication needs of our customers as possible. We have added myriad services—growing from our roots in offset printing, adding the production capabilities for all your printed marketing collateral, and expanding to offer a full suite of results-driven marketing communication across media and devices.

We eagerly look forward to our evolution with the print and marketing industry over the next 40 years!

Green Printing

R.C. Brayshaw & Company, Inc. is proud to have been named the Green Business of the Year for the State of New Hampshire in 2012. Additionally, we were among the first adopters of the use of FSC Certification for printers in New England. Both our award from the State, and our long-standing FSC certification demonstrate our continued dedication to long-term environmental sustainability and responsible forest management.

For us, Green Printing is not just a buzzword, we take it seriously. It means so much more than recycling paper, it means taking an environmentally responsible approach to all three of our facilities by limiting landfill waste and chemical usage throughout our operations.

Our efforts include:

  • the use of low impact vegetable and soy based inks with limited volatile organic compounds (VOC’s),
  • the reuse of make-ready sheets to minimize paper waste,
  • recycling over four tons of paper each week,
  • off-cuts are recycled or reused,
  • liquid waste tanks are used for collection of, and disposal/treatment of chemical waste,
  • and all aluminum printing plates are recycled.