Two Digital Lizard Plants Achieve G7 Master Certification
LAS VEGAS—December 15, 2015—Digital Lizard, a Creel Company, has achieved G7 Master Printer certification across its two locations. Awarded by Idealliance, G7 Master qualification signifies that a company uses the most modern technology, color standards, and quality controls to deliver a near-exact match from proof to print, time after time. Digital Lizard is one of the few all-digital shops to achieve the prestigious G7 merit.
In addition to impeccable manufacturing, G7 practices translate into reduced waste and make-ready times, underscoring Digital Lizard's commitment to cost-effective, sustainable printing. The designation aligns Digital Lizard processes with those of its parent company, Creel Printing, which has held G7 Master status since 2012. Together, the companies now provide full G7 assurance across their commercial print and digital platforms.
"We strive to deliver clients not only superior product, but also standards and systems that create value," said Bill Wieners, president of Digital Lizard. "Our G7 certification answers businesses' need for responsible manufacturing that produces new savings and efficiencies."
Allan Creel, president of Creel Printing, also added, "Our teams are dedicated to giving clients the very highest quality through a true single source. Having G7 across all platforms makes it seamless to produce both digital and commercial work consistently with the ultimate craftsmanship and reliability."
About Digital Lizard
Digital Lizard is one of the most advanced digital print facilities in the United States. A Creel Printing company, Digital Lizard offers full-color variable digital printing, inline finishing, same-day shipping, and a host of leading-edge digital solutions. Digital Lizard operates plants in Hayden, Idaho, and Las Vegas, along with a sister company in Mahwah, New Jersey, running 24/7. The company boasts 15 HP digital presses including two dual-engine HP W7250s—the largest lineup amongst U.S. commercial digital print providers.
Source: Digital Lizard.