China Fall Holidays Approaching-Expect delays in Production

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China Fall Holidays – Expect delays in Production

As the US Fall season approaches our friends in China will be celebrating their Fall Holidays.  Expect delays in production and shipping add these closure dates to your schedule.

Mid-Autumn Festival holiday   September 19 – 22nd (Thursday – Sunday)-This holiday is also known as the Moon Festival.  This is an outdoor reunion with friends and family, eating moon cake and watching the moon.

This celebration is a symbol of harmony and unity.

National Day Golden Week       October 1 – 7th (Tuesday – Monday)-This holiday is celebrated through traveling to visit long distance relatives.  An estimated in 2007 120 million people in China traveled during this holiday.

This is a short and sweet blog; wanting to acknowledge to all our clients along with publishers seeking quick turn-around for book printing to be aware.  These holidays will affect delays in printing, binding and of course shipping.  When all is back in China from these holidays, all print production is backed up.  PRC Book Printing will do our best to reschedule your production schedule and remind you of these delays to provide you with accurate manufacturing schedules.

See our 2013-early 2014 China Holiday Blog to pencil into your book printing production project!

Please do not hesitate to contact PRC Book Printing via email: or call us at 888.659.8320

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