Web Offset Printing
Much More Than A Newspaper Printing Plant
At Paradise Post Printing we are very proud of our equipment and our people. Our web press equipment offers you three distinct choices: heatset web, coldset web, and a combination of heatset and coldset in the same product through the same folder in one pass. This option is quite atypical and distinctive.
Four-color Covers Make Your Publications Stand up and Stand Out
Our sheetfed press department compliments our web press and bindery operations and allows us to produce 4-color cover work on coated and uncoated stock that is of the highest quality. The cover work produced in our sheetfed department is also an integral component of our perfect binding operation.
Direct Mail and Bulk Mail Services Customized To Your Needs
We are fully equipped to handle and process bulk mail and we have the expertise to ensure that your mailing will always meet the postal requirements.
Reaching Readers On Time Every time
So how can a printer in a foothills community located three-and-a-half hours from the Bay Area compete with other large, well-known printers that are in the immediate area?
From Perfect Bound Books and Catalogs to Saddle-Stitched Magazines, We Offer a Full Range of Bindery Options
Our bindery/mailroom is unrivaled in our region and features two high speed saddle stitchers, a perfect binder, two inserting machines, and inkjet and traditional labeling equipment.
The Pre-press Service
Experience Meets Cutting Edge Technology
PPP’s highly skilled staff averages over twenty years experience in the printing industry. Our know-how is coupled with constant upgrading of technological expertise.
Local News: Paradise Post Printing has been "Green" for so long no one in the town of Paradise California remembers when the company was not green. Manager Larry Schutter said, "The original goal 40 years ago was to make sure we could save costs which we could then pass on to our clients. This was happening at this company before anyone coined the word 'Green' with respect to the environment. We just used the phrase 'common sense' with respect to better facilitation of supply chain management."