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  • Photo of the hompage of the Amity Printing Ltd. in Nanjing showing the Amity Printing factory
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  • Amity Printing staff celebrating the 200th printed Amity Bible
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  • Bishop K.H. Ting and partners In 1985, Bishop K.H Ting and partners signed a memorandum of understanding to establish Amity Printing
  • Quality control of books inside the Amity Printing factory hall
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  • Justin Portal Welby Archbishop of Canterbury inspecting Amity Bibles during a visit
  • Amity Printing won an excellent award for its 150 millionth printed Bible
  • The Executive Committee of the World Council of Christian Churches (WCC), visited the Amity Printing Company
  • Students of the Nanjing Union Seminary perform a song during the 200 million Bible Anniversay
  • The homepage of our overseas partner in Bible Printing UBS China Partnership
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In 1986, Amity Printing plant, jointly founded by Amity Foundation and the United Bible Societies, broke ground in Dongshan Town, Jiangning County, Nanjing. In November 1987, the first Bible came off the production line. After decades of continuous efforts, Amity Printing has developed into a modern printing company with cutting-edge thin paper printing techniques. It is the main base of Bible printing in China and one of the world’s largest bases for Bible printing. Our mission is to serve the Chinese church to satisfy their needs for bibles, to serve overseas churches for their needs for bibles, and to serve the Chinese society and the people of China. Amity has printed more than 200 million copies of the Bible.

Recent Developments:

In 2019, a total of 16.25 million copies of the Bibles were produced by Amity Printing. The aggregate number of the Bible printed since the formation of Amity Printing reached 228 million copies.

Highlights:

1. On April 18, 2019, the signing ceremony for the joint venture extension agreement and cooperation memorandum between Amity and the United Bible Societies was held at Amity Printing Co., Ltd. During the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation held in Beijing, on April 26, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia was present at the ceremony and witnessed the signing of the agreement, which represented the official landing of Amity Printing in Ethiopia. In August, Amity Printing set up an office in Kenya to facilitate its “going global” strategy with twin engines of social service and social enterprises. On November 11, Amity celebrated its printing of the 200 millionth Bible in Nanjing.

2. In recent years, Amity Printing has been committed to design, research and development. A number of works had won awards in the 7th China Print Award: The Dream of Red Mansions (French version) won the Gold Award; the 120th Anniversary Edition of Lexicon won the Silver Award; the Tea Ceremony and Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge Archives won the Bronze Award. The book Crow produced by Amity was credited as “the most beautiful book” in 2019. In terms of research and development, Amity Printing passed the review under the evaluation for provincial enterprise-level technology center. The 11 new Chinese Bible versions launched by Amity Printing were popular among customers. For example, just a month after its launch, the Easter version was sold out and reprinted.

3. Amity Printing has been awarded the title of “the best employer in China’s printing industry” for five consecutive years. In June 2019, the upgrading of VOCs waste gas treatment facilities was completed and officially put into use. The company became a “benchmark enterprise” for waste gas treatment in Nanjing printing industry.

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