The ongoing supply chain disruptions, brought about by the pandemic and exacerbated by geopolitical tensions, have exerted its toll on all industries, including the Hong Kong and China print manufacturing sector. But instead of wasting their time on bemoaning external factors beyond their control, the Hong Kong and China print manufacturers featured in this report are focused on moving forward, improving their internal processes, and working on new business ideas while doing digital and going green. 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.

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Print Manufacturing in Hong Kong and China Rolls On

C&C Offset Enhances Its Key Internal Processes

More Expansion and Investment at Hung Hing

Imago Sees Growth and Exciting Market Trends

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