PDX Printing was founded in 1984 by Jack Stewart when he consolidated various Speedy Printing shops into one bigger shop and built the building at 100/120 Porfirio Diaz near Downtown El Paso. Tom and Ellie Fenton bought the building and the printing business from him in 1999. At the time it was an offset print shop serving the business community with letterhead, envelopes, business cards, carbonless forms, programs, high-end customized invitations, business directories, brochures, posters, small booklets and catalogs. The shop did coil binding and saddle stitching to finish the many products it printed.Tom and Ellie purchased web presses capable of printing El Paso Inc. and it’s sister publications in 2001 and also purchased a perfect binder capable of producing soft cover books. PDX has continued expanding into the digital printing business and today PDX Printing produces newspapers, soft cover books of all sizes, magazines, annual reports, while still serving the business community with all its printing needs listed above.The joke at PDX is that the only thing we don’t print is money. We have two full-time graphic artists capable of high-end design work and complex layout jobs. We have an old-fashioned idea that the customer’s needs should come first and our entire staff performs with this in mind.