Offset Printing

Offset printing is a traditional yet highly effective method of producing high-quality prints at volume. Offset printing is known for its ability to consistently deliver sharp and detailed images, making it suitable for large-volume printing projects such as brochures, magazines, and corporate collateral. Offset printing services are valued for their cost-effectiveness in large-scale productions, and remain a popular choice for businesses and organizations.


The Phoenix Group of Companies rises above our competition by providing our customers with greater performance capabilities and a larger array of offset printing choices, unmatched by any supplier. Phoenix is your one-stop shop for offset printing needs. Multiple presses at our offset printing companies in Philadelphia, metro New York, and Chicago offer built-in redundancy, scheduling flexibility, and impressive output performance for large projects that need to be completed quickly.


  • Up To 6 Color With Aqueous And LED UV
  • 6 Presses In Three Facilities (PA, IL)
  • Press Aizes: 28 x 40, 40 x 56, 59 x 81 (Largest sheetfed press in the world)
  • Up to 48pt paper board
  • Prints on all papers, synthetic substrates, And Plastics
  • Conventional UV and LED UV Interdeck
  • Closed-loop color system

Heatset, UV and
Coldset Webs

  • Two 8 Color heat-set web presses
  • Inline UV and Aqueous coating
  • Heatset, coldset, and continuous forms
  • Capability to produce full 8 ½ x 11 bleed catalogs, booklets and magazines
  • 19lb text to 10 pt Cover stock
  • In-line finishing with Combination, Double Former, and Pre-folder folding configurations
  • Re-moist gluer, pattern perf, and VITS sheeter
  • Eight Color Roll-to-roll Forms Presses with multiple cut-offs
  • Varnish and aqueous coating
  • Multi-web Cold Set press w/LED UV dryers

To decide which printing method is best for your next project, it’s important to take two factors into account: desired quantity and timeframe. Once you’ve determined how many pieces your project requires and the timeframe in which it needs to be completed, you’ll want to consider the pros and cons of each printing method. Digital printing is best suited for small quantities and quick turnarounds, while offset printing is ideal for larger quantities requiring a consistent, high-quality finished product.

Offset Printing

Offset printing is ideal for any project that requires consistent, high-quality printing. The Phoenix Group takes pride in the fact that many businesses searching for printing services in Philadelphia consistently choose us as their offset printing provider to produce a wide variety of marketing and promotional materials. The versatility of offset printing is perfect for projects like:

  • Product Literature
  • College Recruitment Brochures
  • Pharma Marketing Materials
  • Point of Purchase Displays
  • Catalogs
  • Magazines
  • Brochures
  • Self-Mailers
  • Inserts
  • Faux Cards
  • Postcards
  • Flyers
  • Pocket Folders
  • Pamphlets
  • Financial Reports

The Advantages of Offset Printing Services


The Phoenix Group provides offset printing services that result in high-quality finished products. One of the primary advantages of offset printing services is its versatility. This method of printing lends itself to a range of stocks and substrates, whereas many digital printing presses offer limited compatible options. Offset printing is also highly cost-effective for large runs.

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“I’ve toured and worked for many printing companies in my thirty-five years in this industry. But never have I seen a company with the amazing variety of equipment and capabilities that we have here at Phoenix.”
-Vince, Executive Vice President