Group run printing is a printing industry term coined by the Launchmark branding, marketing and printing company to describe the printing process in which several printing projects are all put onto the same paper sheet in order to cut down on printing expenses and wasted paper. CMYK color process tasks, which require four individual plates to be put into the press, are mainly used with group run printing.

Group Run Printing is Economical
To initiate group run printing jobs is ideal because, not only are multiple orders being printed simultaneously, but there is also a reduction in printing plates, time required to prep the individual printing orders and less labor required to operate the printing presses and clean them after the orders are established.

Group Run Printing is Environmentally-Friendly
With the reduction of wasted paper, costs are cut down to more affordable rates, and Mother Earth gets to breath a sigh of relief, as the ongoing group run printing orders collectively reduce the amount of chemicals being used and garbage being created.