Bookbinding's roots go back to 1913, when master binder J. C. Lehmann
immigrated to Canada from Germany. Settling in Kitchener, he founded
the family business and was immediately welcomed for his high level
of skill and craftsmanship in a very specialized field. From those
humble beginnings, Lehmann Bookbinding has grown through four generations
to become Canada's largest bindery serving the Library community
from Newfoundland to British Columbia to Nunavut.
Today, as in 1913, we pride ourselves on our dedication to quality,
customer satisfaction and the strong relationships we have built
with our clients over the years. Our fifty-plus employees share
our family's commitment and have been instrumental in the growth
and success of the company as we have, over the last decade, expanded
our business to include extensive Trade & On-demand services
for the printing industry.
are a founding partner, and the only Canadian member, of ABLE Ventures,
an organization dedicated to the development of the ABLE Order Entry
Software System. We are also a certified member of the Library Binding
From restoration of a single book to trade binding of many thousands,
customers around the corner and across the country rely on Lehmann
for exceptional service on every job.