Company History

In 1909, the Inter-City Express Publishing Company and the Inter-City Printing Company were created to publish and print The Inter-City Express, Alameda County's daily legal newspaper.

In 1986 the commercial printing part of the company was sold to Peter Murai, who had been with the company for twenty-seven years. Pete changed our name to Madison Street Press to reflect the new direction of the company as a general commercial printer, specializing in multi-color, sheet-fed printing.

Our Mission

Beginning in 1909, we made a commitment to caring:
Caring for our customers, employees, vendors and community is our top priority. Our values still hold true today.

We have become successful by our commitment to producing the finest quality printing and delivering the best customer service possible.