Amity Printing

Amity Printing – the world’s largest Bible printer

Amity Printing Company is a joint venture between the Amity Foundation and the United Bible Societies. The company was established in 1988 with an ongoing mission and priority to serve the Christian church in China.

Besides our domestic production, Amity is a major exporter of quality Bibles and presently exports internationally to satisfied customers in over 70 countries.

More than 20 years of hard work have made us thin paper printing experts and the main production center for Bibles in China.

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Based on our high quality printing service and corporate image, our company has built a good reputation at home and abroad. By the end of June 2016, more than 150 million Bibles have come off our production lines.

This figure includes Bibles destined for mainland Protestant and Catholic churches and Bibles export in more than 90 different languages such as English, German, Spanish, and French, together with many African languages.

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Amity is certified as National Printing Demonstration Enterprise, a Key Enterprise for Culture Export. We take the lead in the printing industry in gaining the certification of High-tech Enterprise and High-tech Product, the FSC Chain of Custody, ISO9001, ISO14001, GB/T28001, China Environment Labeling and AAA Enterprise Credit Evaluation.

The company gains the “Benny” Award of the Premier Print Awards, the Green Enterprise, the 3rd Session of China Press and Publication Awards, the 4th China Print Gold Awards.

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We are well-equipped for meeting the demands of worldwide Christians through an annual capacity of over 20 million hardbound books at the new factory site which covers an area of 85,000 m2

Our goal is to stay focused on our mission, work hard to produce high quality Bibles for the local church and overseas Christians, and at the same time, maintain a responsible role within society.

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The Amity Foundation advocates for migrant workers.

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