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Lowest Price Print Acquires Volume Press to Create Northern California’s Largest Trade Only Printer

October 21, 2021 – Lowest Price Print (LLP) recently announced the acquisition of a California-based trade printing and binding company, Volume Press. This acquisition now solidifies LLP as the largest trade only printer in Northern California.

With the merger, LLP will move all services to a new 45,000 sq ft facility in Modesto, CA. This move allows for new services such as web press printing, which will lower paper costs and production time; and envelope presses in up to two colors. Now that a few growing pains are out of the way, LLP facilities are functioning at full capacity and welcome new and returning customers.

Both customer bases will benefit greatly from the acquisition due to the vast array of services now being offered. In addition to web and envelope presses, customers can enjoy mailing services, 40” offset press, large format, and full bindery (including die-cutting) to round out the offering. LPP is now the one-stop shop for print resellers.

Lowest Price Print (LPP) is a full-service online print and design company that specializes in full color offset and digital printing. With both physical and digital printing services, LLP offers the best full-service experience for customers.

To learn more or to place an order online, visit or call at 866-587-7468. 

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Phone: 866-587-7468
Address:1348 Terminal St.
City: West Sacramento
State: CA
Country: United States

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