Phoenix, AZ August 5, 2003 — Phoenix, AZ-based Cereus Graphics announced the launch of its new website at www.cereusgraphics.com. In addition to providing a brief overview in the Company section, the site showcases monthly projects that demonstrate its solutions-driven mission. Other sections on the site include Capabilities; News, including two full-length feature stories on the company; and Online Tools, that provide detailed instructions for transferring art files to Cereus and for creating PDF documents. It will also house the e-commerce online ordering area currently in development.
"We're very pleased to have the first phase of the site completed," says Cereus Graphics President Tom Ginter. "And we're particularly grateful to our IT developer, Tom Williamson, for all his hard work in getting the site launched." Williamson is also responsible for development of the second e-commerce phase of the site.
Cereus Graphics is one of the largest and most progressive printing companies in the Arizona market. It was formed in 2000 when G&G Printers and Commercial Lithographers merged, and then relocated into a 37,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility in Phoenix, which houses an impressive array of 1, 2, 4, and 6-color sheetfed presses, including the new 6-unit, 40-inch Komori Lithrone S40. The recent addition of the HP Indigo 3000 variable data digital press adds full-color to its existing one-color digital printing options.
Complementing its print production offerings, Cereus provides online ordering and fulfillment, variable data processing, computer-to-plate technology, digital proofing systems, as well as comprehensive bindery and finishing. Affiliations with graphics providers nationwide provides customers with the full range of complementary production capabilities, including heatset web printing, new media production, CD duplication, and design support.
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