The Commercial Press (H. K.) Ltd. operates a worldwide
book distribution network that spans Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Mainland
China, Southeast Asia, USA, Canada, UK, France, Italy and Australia.
In addition to circulating its own books, the company also acts
as the distributor for local, Mainland Chinese and Taiwanese publishers.
Local distribution channels include large bookstore
chains, individual theme bookshops, stationery stores, museum outlets
and other distributors. In recent years, we have also been actively
developing other channels, such as magazine stalls, newsstands and
convenience stores, to reinforce local market penetration. As far
as developing overseas markets goes, we are cooperating closely
with well known distributors in various regions, such as Paragon
Book Gallery (USA), Bay Foreign Books (UK), China Books (Australia),
FAHASA (Vietnam), promoting our publications to meet the needs of
readers in different places.
At present, our company is the agent for nearly
10,000 titles published by ourselves as well as other publishers
such as the Chinese University Press, the Hong Kong Trade Development
Council, the Beijing Commercial Press, the Taiwan Commercial Press
and Commercial Press International. Books distributed deal mainly
with literature, history, art, business management and academic
By applying an advanced SAP marketing logistics
system to its comprehensive distribution network, the company has
been able to introduce innovative and diversified electronic transactions
that have enhanced customer service and market competitiveness.
We are actively developing e-business, online promotions, business
subscriptions, subscriptions by electronic order forms and joint-promotions
with credit card companies, all with the purpose of bringing different
kinds of reading matter, and the knowledge contained therein, to
people in all walks of life. In this way the company is more effectively
accomplishing its mission of introducing and transmitting new information
and knowledge, thus contributing to the building of a knowledge-based