TF Publishing was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN.Since opening, TF Publishing has grown into one of the largest calendar publishers in the world with extensive distribution throughout North America. TF Publishing continues to grow in both market share and titles with the company’s product line steadily increasing each year. As an extension of our growth and dedication, in November of 2015, TF Publishing officially became an employee-owned company.
TF Publishing leverages its expertise to deliver a diverse line of quality products from trendy to traditional. Our job is to delight customers by supplying collaborative solutions while enhancing our professional, personal and natural environments.
Calendars with a conscience
The Indiana Office of Energy and Defense Development recognized TF Publishing for its green initiatives.
Here are a few examples of our earth-friendly practices:
Paper: Our company uses products carrying the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) label meaning they are independently certified as coming from forests that are managed to meet the social, economic and ecological needs of present and future generations.The processing of this paper is also chlorine free.
Inks: Our company uses environmentally safe inks that are audited by third parties.
Displays: Our corrugate display suppliers are certified by both the Sustainable Forest Initiative and FSC. TF Publishing is one of the only publishers with both certifications. Approximately 65% of the paper for the displays comes from post-consumer waste.
Building: Our headquarters is powered with renewable energy by our very own windmill. High efficiency, motion detector lighting in both our headquarters and our warehouse has saved 85,644 watts of energy per hour.
Recycling: TF Publishing initiated a first of its kind (for Indianapolis) recycling program for its own use and the rest of the surrounding business park.
Charity: Our company is deeply involved in charitable efforts, from annual assistance at a local food pantry to donating calendars to national educational programs to supporting a "little brother" in Kenya.