The quest for greater automation and greener solutions is propelling the Hong Kong and China print manufacturers forward even as they face down rising costs, slow incoming new orders amid excess client-side inventories, and macroeconomic factors beyond their control. These savvy and resilient print players are parlaying their expertise and business acument to find new markets, diversify into different segments, and further differentiate their services and products. 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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Hong Kong and China Print Manufacturers Press On

Sustainability Takes Center Stage at C&C Offset (

Service Is the Goal at Chang Jiang Printing Media (

Expanding Through Diversification at Hung Hing (

Adapting to Market Demands and Trends at Imago (

Toppan Leefung Empowers Staff to Move Forward (

Of Algae, Grass, and Such

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