Gabriel Group Adds the Newest Print Technology: Enhancing Quality, Speed and Impact

Gabriel Group, a member of the Xerox Premier Partners Global Network of leading graphic communications providers, adds the newest print technology to better serve clients’ print needs.

It has acquired a Xerox iGen 4 26” Production Press with matte toner that produces digital printing that matches offset and will allow for an increased number of pieces imaged per sheet because of its larger maximum paper size. Additionally, Gabriel Group has added the Xerox Color Press 1000 that is ideal for the quick turn time, but high resolution needs of its Print on Demand clients.

“We are excited about the new mix of equipment in our digital department. Not only will these upgrades help us better serve our partners current needs, but they are a key component to the potential growth of our business,” said Art Kerckhoff, Principal at Gabriel Group.

The nature of graphic communications is changing dramatically as people increasingly communicate and market products and services with digital media, and print’s role evolves as a vital vehicle in the communications mix. Members often share best practices through the organization’s networking and educational programs, helping their colleagues to stay current and continuously advance their offerings.

As a Xerox Premier Partner member for the past nine years, Gabriel Group continues to demonstrate digital print and digital communication leadership. Take advantage of these new capabilities by contacting Gabriel Group at 314.743.5700.

About Gabriel Group

Gabriel Group, based in St. Louis, specializes in developing integrated marketing campaigns that simply and accurately communicate the right message at the right time. Accounts include major national Nonprofits, Financial Service Institutions, Manufacturers and Gaming Companies.

About the Xerox Premier Partners Global Network

The Xerox Premier Partners Global Network serves as a source of world-class innovation, information and collaboration for leading graphic communications providers around the world. Founded in 2000, the program has more than 400 members in more than 40 countries worldwide.  For more information and to search a capabilities-based directory of the members, visit: