U.S. Congress delegation visits Amity Printing
By Amity Foundation, April 09, 2016 05:04 AM
A delegation of more than 70 people of the U.S. Congress visited the Amity Printing Company on April 1st. They were warmly received by the General Secretary of the Amity Foundation Mr Qiu Zhonghui and General Manager Mr Liu Lei of the Amity Printing Company. They informed the delegation about the production of Bibles in China, the history and the present social development work of the Amity Foundation.
The Amity Printing Company is a joint venture between the Amity Foundation and the United Bible Societies. Amity Bibles are distributed in more than 70 countries and cover more than 90 languages, including ethnic minorities languages and Braille.
The Amity Printing Company has an annual printing capacity of 20 million books and provides affordable bibles of high quality. The Bibles have received various international prizes within the printing sector. Corporate social responsibility and sustainability are core values of the Amity Printing Company's culture. Amity Printing promotes environmental protection and follows the development of low-carbon emission. The Amity Printing Company is certified as a national model enterprise and recognized as a Green Enterprise.
Being the World's largest Bible printer, the Amity Printing Company is a popular destination for national and international visitors and dignitaries.
Source: the Amity Foundations
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