2010-today: From tablet solutions and change of leadership

2014

Daniel Sinn becomes Chairman of the Management Board. Peter Stämpfli continues in the office of Chairman of the Administrative Board.

Stämpfli Publikationen Ltd. is now known as Stämpfli Ltd.

2012

The services of Stämpfli all media AG are integrated into Stämpfli Ltd.

2011

After eight years Rudolf Stämpfli steps down as President of the Swiss Employers’ Association.
Creative and design services are newly centralized in the agency Stämpfli Communication.
The Müller Martini Primera E160 saddle stitcher is put into operation ensuring production process reliability even for time-critical orders.
The launch of the “Leitentscheide” [Landmark Decisions] project with the Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Schulthess Juristische Medien AG and Stämpfli Publishers.
First tablet solutions are implemented for the iPad.

2010

Stämpfli Publishers significantly increases its shareholding in Swisslex. The content available on this platform increases continuously.
Acquisition of a Kodak Next Press digital printing press.
Stämpfli acquires a holding in marentxml GmbH and through this extends the services for XML-structured solutions.
The new Stämpfli website goes online based on CMS Typo3.
First Magento shops are set up.
Introduction of a fault management system.
Collaboration of Stämpfli Publishers with Schulthess Juristische Medien AG and Leonardo AG in the “Digital Library” project.

2000-2009: From relocation and expansion

2009

With the manroland Rotoman rotary web offset press new capacities are created in magazine production.
In partnership with myclimate, Stämpfli introduces the option of climate-neutral printing.
Introduction of the new CRM based on Microsoft Dynamics

2008

Stämpfli invests a total of 14 million francs in the Bern site.
First operational introduction of a leaf-through catalogue for customers.
Merger with nievergelt.pps ag and expansion of the Zurich site in the World Trade Centre.

2007

Operational introduction of the Stämpfli LayoutBox® catalogue system and the tecRacer web content management system.
Stämpfli Sp. z o.o. is founded on 1 February in Warsaw. 
Takeover of nievergelt.pps ag in Zurich.

2006

Web Content Management System webEdition and Stämpfli FlexShop: first operational introduction at customers’ premises.
Opening of our new branch office in Zurich.
 

2005

Operational introduction of the editing system Stämpfli EditorBox.
Formation of Kraft all Media GmbH & Co. KG for distribution in Germany.
Buyback of the equity holding in Stämpfli Ltd.

2004

Stämpfli certifies its risk management in accordance with the ONR 49001 standard and receives FSC certification.

2003

Operational introduction of Stämpfli ActiveShop.
Relocation from Hallerstrasse to Wölflistrasse.
Commissioning of the innovative DICOweb printing press.
 

2002

Operational introduction of the Stämpfli LayoutBox® catalogue system.
Launch of the publisher’s e-products. 

2001

Operational introduction of the iRacer web content management system.

2000

Operational introduction of the Stämpfli mediaSolution2® publishing system.

1990-1999: From software and digital printing

1997

1997

Stämpfli Publishers becomes independent within Stämpfli Holding and enters into a partnership with Reed Elsevier.

1996

The IT company Stämpfli all media is launched. 
Entry into digital printing. 

1995

First certification in accordance with SN EN ISO 9002.

1994

Takeover of the software development business CAP Solutions.

1990

Takeover of the software development business CAP Solutions.

1980-1989: From phototypesetting and change of generation

1988

Rudolf and Peter Stämpfli take over the running of the company and found the Stämpfli Group holding company.

1986

The acquisition of customer data is made easier with the new Isys converter.

1983

The RotoMAN rotary web offset machine takes up operation.

1982

The first railway timetable created by phototypesetting is published.

1970-1979: From film exposure and Buchstämpfli

1979

Buchstämpfli starts operation.
The digiset typesetting system is installed. 
 

1976

Replacement of the IBM 1130 computer system by Univac 90/30 with first screens.

1974

Formation of the Précis de droit Staempfli series.

1972

Introduction of film exposure.

1960-1969: From in-house magazine and offset printing

1969

The conversion from book to offset printing starts.

1968

The company becomes a public limited-liability company.
Compositor apprenticeships are offered to women for the first time.
Formation of Stämpfli’s series of legal textbooks.
The first binding line is installed. 

1967

The first electronic data processing system is taken into operation.

1964

The first edition of the in-house magazine Marginalie is issued.

1900-1959: From “Bern comments” and global changes

1957

The Swiss magazine for social security and occupational social insurance provision appears for the first time.

1953

Brothers Samuel Stämpfli and Jakob Stämpfli take over the management of the company.

1951

Rotary printing arrives.

1931

In freight forwarding a lorry replaces the previous horse and cart.

1930

Introduction of measured lower-case letters in all the company’s own texts.

1926

Takeover of the magazine of the Berner Juristenverein [Bern Society of Lawyers].

1919

The hot-metal composition is produced with a complete monotype typesetting block system.

1914

Setting up machine-supported bookbinding starts.

1909

The “Kommentar zum Schweizerischen Privatrecht” [Commentary on Swiss Private Law”] later “Berner Kommentar” appears for the first time.

1906

Rudolf und Wilhelm Stämpfli take over the management of the company.

1905

The official Swiss Railway Timetable appears.

1904

Wilhelm Stämpfli joins the company, whereby the publishing activity is expanded.
The first book of “Essays on Swiss Law” appears. 

1894

After the death of her husband Karl Emma Stämpfli-Studer takes over the management of the print shop.

1799-1900: From “Hinkender Bote” and strong women

1891

The timetable “Conducteur” appears.

1888

Formation of the Swiss Criminal Law magazine. 
First printing of the Swiss fire service magazine. 
 

1877

Karl Stämpfli builds a new printing works in Länggasse which is extended in stages over time

1871

Karl Stämpfli buys back the business.

The organ of the Swiss Alpine Club is printed for the first time.

1848

Two years after the death of Carl Samuel Stämpfli his widow Luise Stämpfli-Gerwer sells the print shop to the former state clerk Gottlieb Hünerwadel.

1845

Carl Samuel Stämpfli is the first printer in Bern to acquire a high-speed printing press.

1828

Takeover of the management by Carl Samuel Stämpfli.

1814

Ludwig Albrecht Haller takes over the management as official printer. 
Marie Albertine Stämpfli-Ernst receives the “Kalenderprivileg” monopoly on printing calendars including the “Hinkender Bote” which still comes out every year in Switzerland. 

1807

After Gottlieb Stämpfli’s early death his wife Marie Albertine Stämpfli-Ernst runs the company.

1799

Gottlieb Stämpfli becomes official Printer.

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