Zada Graphics has been in business for over 30 years in
the commercial printing industry. Our modern facility is located in the
Los Angeles area.
We are centrally located approximately 6 miles from downtown Los Angeles
just off the Harbor Freeway (110) and within easy access to the 91, 405
and the 105 Freeways.
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Zada Graphics was started in 1968 by Sam Zada to serve local business
and industry and has continuously grown to become a successful commercial
printing company. Thirty years later, we are still family owned and managed
giving management the control to operate and make daily decisions in regards
to production and operation.
Zada Graphics is
a member of PIA (Printing Industry of America) a Nationwide printing organization.
We adhere to the
strict codes, standards and policies that PIA has established and
that each and every printing company should strive to achieve in terms
of quality, service and professionalism.
Customer service is our #1 priority. Each and every one of our employees
makes the extra effort to service our customers. The average employee
has been with our firm for 10 years and many have won prestigious awards.
As a result of their dedication to the graphics field, they have taken
the time to learn new and innovative methods of production, as well as
mastering the traditional techniques of the industry.
Our company is very aware of the need to keep abreast of today's high
technology, however we realize that every aspect of graphics is a craft,
something that is too often lost in the world of high tech computerized
communications. It is true that expediency and economics
are crucial, but quality must remain the primary objective in achieving
excellent performance. We have made a point in investing in the future;
recognizing the technological revolution that has forever changed the
printing industry. The company now utilizes the most sophisticated tools
for producing a job from concept to completion.
We are proud of our reputation and heritage, committed to serving our
customers' needs old and new, Zada Graphics looks forward to the twenty-first