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Perfect bound book (As known as Paperback book) printing is a type of binding process in which the pages of a book are glued together with a hot melt adhesive. The pages are then attached to a cover stock (typically a cardboard-based material). The finished product has a smooth spine, resembling the look of a paperback book.

Perfect binding is ideal for printing thick catalogs and magazines that have many pages.

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Offering variety of eco-friendly paper materials for your selection. From budget to premium materials, we've got you covered. Request an instant quote now!

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We served nationwide customers included East Malaysia. Free delivery within West Malaysia is available. Click here to check with us whether your order eligible for FREE delivery.

Low Minimum Order Quantity

  • Books printing MOQ 100 pcs.
  • Custom packaging MOQ 500 pcs.
  • Wrapping paper MOQ 5000 pcs

Some product packaging with existing moulding could save up the costing too. Let us know your product requirement first.

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Perfect Binding Book Printing

Perfect Binding Book Printing

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Offset Printing Service Provider

Our services include design, layout, printing, binding, and distribution. Also, provide suggestions and guidance on the best printing methods and materials for booklets and packaging to use for particular purposes.

Factory visit is only available by appointment basis only.

  • Step 1: Free Consulation

    We provide suggestions and guidance on the best printing methods and materials to use for a particular packaging project. Contact us via WhatsApp now.

  • Step 2: Compare Our Pricing

    Price is always negotiable with various options of materials provided. Request for a quotation via WhatsApp or RFQ form.

  • Step 3: Confirm & Produce

    Sample for approval will be provided prior to the purchase order & payment receipt.

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