LAS VEGAS, NV (June 21, 2016) — Digital Lizard, a Creel Company, has signed an agreement to be the premier, global beta site for the HP Indigo 50000 — the most productive and versatile digital offering in the HP fleet. Through the arrangement, Digital Lizard will partner with HP to refine the press’s performance and efficiencies, while pushing the envelope in innovative uses and new product development.
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LAS VEGAS, NV (April 12, 2016) - Continuing its nationwide expansion, Digital Lizard, a Creel Company, is installing six new HP Indigo 7900 Digital Presses — two each in its southwest, mountain, and east coast locations. With these nationwide installations, Digital Lizard will have all HP Indigo presses upgraded to Indigo 7900 specifications, allowing seamless connectivity among plants.
We are beyond ecstatic to announce our recent acquisition in the digital print realm! Creel Printing and Digital Lizard have acquired GSDS (Global Soft Digital Solutions), a New Jersey based integrated marketing and digital enterprise with specializations in the retail, medical and financial markets. Not only has our capacity now increased, but we will now have a presence on the east coast!
In August of 2011, Digital Lizard, an innovative provider of data-oriented digital printing and marketing services and one of the most advanced digital printing facilities in the United States, was acquired by Las Vegas based Creel Printing. The company has now embarked on a multimillion-dollar expansion project that will double its printing capacity and extend services with a state-of-the-art fulfillment operation. Digital Lizard also operates a production facility in Hayden, Idaho.
LAS VEGAS—July 28, 2015—Digital Lizard, a Creel Printing company, has embarked on a multimillion-dollar expansion project that will double its printing capacity and extend services with a fulfillment operation.
Sometimes it seems as if everything is doom and gloom in the printing industry with ongoing reports of plant closures, shrinking margins, and dwindling print volumes. But then I get a chance to chat with someone like Bill Wieners, president of Digital Lizard.