We do it all

For more than 20 years, Allied has built relationships by consistently delivering high quality finished products to customers throughout the United States.  What makes Allied better than other printers? We take the time to get to know you and your project needs. Allied fulfills every aspect of your job in-house. From layout and design, to printing and mailing, we do it all under one roof for better quality control and faster fulfillment.

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Targeted Mail

Targeted mail marketing is a great advertising tool to stay in touch with your existing customers.  Want to introduce your product or service to a new audience? Let Allied create a targeted mail strategy that can cut through the mail clutter and make a lasting impression. 

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Allied, a perfect fit

Let Allied be your perfect fit

Design Print Direct Mail Puzzle piecesDo you ever feel something is missing from your business message? Let Allied fill that missing piece.  We are a full-service printer who can fulfill every aspect of your project from layout and design, to printing and mailing.

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A Day at Allied

Welcome to a day at Allied! We want to give you a glimpse of what our day-to-day operations look like…A lot of team effort goes into producing your quality print products!

 Our Sales Representatives meet on a weekly basis to share business goals, discuss customer accounts, marketing tactics, deadlines and so much more. They work with our Project Coordinator to translate customer requests into quotes and job approvals, which later move into production. 


The first step in production after a job is approved is our Design Department. Our Graphic Designers often meet with our Sales Representatives to determine a design strategy. If the art is provided for print, our designers double check all the necessary aspects to ensure the art will print accurately and beautifully on press or digitally. 

 Once Pre-Press produces press plates, our skilled Pressmen will mix any ink needed and fill the wells to start printing. Once the press is running at full production speed, our Pressmen go back and forth double checking quality output and color coverage.


After the print is dry, the product will move into Bindery for finishing; such as cutting, folding, booklet-making, UV coating, etc. Our Bindery department is exceptional and capable of so many alterations.

 Once cut to finish size, any orders that require mailing will head to our Mailing Department. Our Mailing Department can order and manage mailing lists, insert multiple pieces into various size envelopes, inkjet address, bundle and sort per Post Office regulations. These capabilities allow us to pass on discounts and savings to our customers. 

 So much more goes on behind the doors at Allied, so if you want to see for yourself, stop by and get a tour of our beautiful facility in Fenton, MI.

Thank you for your trust, patronage and loyalty. We look forward to serving our customers with the utmost customer service and providing professional materials at the most economical pricing.

Contact us or call  810-750-8291 to get started on your order today!

Allied in the News!

Shawn Affeldt, head pressman for Allied Media in Fenton, grabs a sample sheet from an edition of “The Voice” they were printing Monday, Aug. 20. He’ll use it to check the print quality through the process.

Magazines surviving, even thriving, in digital age.

Every month, postal workers put copies of Cosmopolitan, People, Men’s Health and more in the mailboxes of millions of Americans. But do Americans still read print magazines?

Print magazines used to be the chosen medium for the public to learn about fashion trends, read in-depth interviews with celebrities, and devour articles about recipes, housekeeping, cooking, cars, guns and more.

In the digital age, the demand for print magazines has decreased, but magazines are still holding strong.

Shawn Affeldt, (right) head pressman for Allied Media in Fenton and pre-press technician, Matt Bradley, discuss a print job.

According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, which is comprised of hundreds of print media companies and brand names, overall print circulation dropped 5 percent in the last half of 2017. However, online readership for consumer magazines increased by 37 percent. This could point toward a trend that favors digital media over print.

While Allied Media, a Fenton company that prints 25,000 to 50,000 mailers for numerous companies every month, doesn’t print huge magazines, the company has not experienced a drop in print mailers.

“The hard truth is people want to feel a piece of paper in their hand,” said Production Manager Randall Rockman. “I would not say our numbers are going down. If anything, they’re going up.”

He said the digital world has not hurt them.

“We are still printing. People need print, they need pieces in their mailbox. It’s like a book person. They don’t want to read on a Kindle, they want a real book in their hand,” he said.

Source: Tri-County Times