Commercial Printing Co.
At its founding, the company occupied the ground floor of the Engel Building at 2124 Morris Avenue. It later moved to a 60,446 production and warehouse building at 222 6th Avenue Southwest in North Titusville. The Arledge family acquired the business in the late 1940s.
The company was the first to operate a four-color Heidelberg press in Birmingham, and among the first in the United States to introduce Heidelberg's six-color model. It later used an 8-color perfecting Heidelberg press with computer-to-plate prepress technology.
On May 8, 2008, Commercial Printing was awarded the Centennial Award by the Birmingham Regional Chamber of Commerce. At that time Kim Arledge was CEO of the company. The company's president, Tommy Arledge, died that year and was succeeded by Phillip Winnett.
- Crawford, Cindy F. (May 9, 2008) "Chamber honors small biz winners." Birmingham Business Journal
- Williams, Roy L. (February 21, 2008) "Commercial Printing, Birmingham-based century-old printing company, taps Phillip Winnett as new president." The Birmingham News
- Godwin, Brent (March 31, 2017) "Western Bham seeing more CRE action." Birmingham Business Journal