While the publishing industry had a relatively stable 2020 and a pretty sunny 2021 thus far, we are definitely not out of the woods yet, not with the pesky mutating virus around. For Hong Kong/China print manufacturers, pandemic-induced challenges outside of their control are hampering the efforts to deliver the final goods to their clients. But with pragmatic optimism and sheer perseverance, these industry players are finding (and fighting) their way out of the challenging situation. Click through to read their stories, or browse the special report in our Scribd reader below. Recent articles from PW on issues affecting both publishing and print manufacturing are also included. Do visit PW Printing Marketplace to learn more about featured printing companies.

This feature is published with the support of the printers covered in these articles.

Print Manufacturers in Hong Kong and China Face Pandemic Chaos Head-On

Artron Focuses on Art Books and Digital Printing

Forging Ahead on the Digital Path at C&C Offset

Continued Expansion and Innovation at Hung Hing

Imago Strives to Meet Clients’ Every Demand

Leveraging Close Collaborations at Jade Productions

Leo Paper is Going Greener and Leaner

A Selection of Amazing Projects

Deciding Between Wet and Digital Proofs

More Price Hikes Hitting the Print Industry

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Publishers Could Get Tariff Refund

When Publishers Try Their Hands at Cards

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Printing in Hong Kong &... by Publishers Weekly