The beginnings of Imprenta-Papelería Cícero, which would later become Cícero Artes Gráficas, were in Víctor Gallego Street, with a 1-colour Heidelberg GTO and the auxiliary machines to be able to manage the handling.
Extension of premises
In April 1994 we moved to San Andrés 28 to a 300-metre premises that connected San Andrés with Plaza Santa Eulalia, thus allowing us to expand our machinery and printing formats.
Expansion of machinery and final building
In February 2007, we expanded our machinery by incorporating new technology in both pre-press and printing, which forced us to take over a warehouse, where we are still located, in the Transport Centre, Hall 1.
Acquisition of digital equipment
In 2009 we acquired our first digital machinery to be able to access a faster and more competitive market and to be able to provide our customers with an efficient service in the shortest possible time.
Beginning in the world of sign making
A year later we bought our first cutting plotter, starting in the world of signage, which our customers demanded so much, and a few months later we invested in a printing plotter to be able to offer a 360º service in terms of printing on all types of supports, both rigid and flexible. Vinyl, canvas, lvc, methacrylate, rollup....
Coil winding machines
All of this is completed with reel-fed printing machines to print all types of labels as well as auxiliary handling machinery to produce all types of packaging: boxes, bags, packaging, sliced envelopes...
Heildeberg SM installation
With the Heildeberg SM we gain in speed and quality in offset printing, as well as saving printing costs, which allows us to be competitive.