So many books, so many print options!

We’ve printed books in China and India with great quality results.

The key to printing off-shore is finding a reliable supplier. I’ve been on the factory floor in India, China and Cambodia and printing in these locations can be rewarding but  are normally complex and fraught with financial danger. 

If you are trying to do it alone: beware!

What might seem to be a great-deal printer is likely just a broker who might be sourcing plastic rubbish bins from Bejing, shoes from Cambodia and printing from Thailand. They may be doing “what-ever turns a buck”.

So many things can go wrong with printing. Printing takes a specialist who has technical knowledge of the print and finishing process.

If you want to get a quote see our Green Asia service.

David Walters – Director

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