Dec 8, 2006 -- (WhatTheyThink.com) -- Morgan Graphic Supply, a California based graphic arts dealer, has ceased operations. The company had been in business for over 35 years. The company sold traditional and digital prepress systems and supplies to the printing and publishing industry. Morgan also provided systems analysis, demonstration, installation, training and technical support to its customer base.
According to WTT Commentary from THE EAGLE, the firm went into voluntary liquidation last week. (See related article today by THE EAGLE in the Premium Access section of WhatTheyThink.com.)
The company posted the following message on their web site:
With great sadness, we must inform you that after 33 years of being in business, Morgan Graphic Supply will soon be closing its doors. Regretfully, many factors have contributed to our need to make this difficult decision.
We, at Morgan Graphic, thank you for your long-standing loyalty and friendship, and want you to know how grateful we have been for your support. We will miss you. We are deeply sorry for any inconvenience our action might cause you.
May you have good health, happiness and continued success with your business endeavors.”
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