PANASIA’s printing operations involve a computerized or IT-based system, modern technical infrastructure (machinery and equipment), and a clearly delineated workflow. Constituting this workflow engine are the three main stages in the printing process, namely prepress, press, and postpress.


PANASIA is equipped with a functional prepress studio manned by a well-trained and highly productive staff. These technical people can solve printing problems and troubleshoot any change in client’s specifications. They can typeset, copy-edit, proofread, adjust tone and color settings, and manufacture plates using the following cutting-edge pieces of machineries.




PANASIA has a press section where skilled employees oversee the operations of heavy-duty pieces of machinery that perform different printing functions and techniques. These mechanical devices enable PANASIAto tackle demands for all types of printed materials or publications such as books, newsletters, brochures, catalogues, and pamphlets, among others.


Though PANASIA is geared with up-to-date equipment, printed products are subjected to quality control by over 95 exceptionally-skilled personnel to ensure that both standards of quality and client’s specifications are strictly met. Included in the functions of the postpress studio are die-cutting, lamination, folding, stitching, and binding. Once these production phases are completed, the finished products are ready to be delivered to the clients.

The postpress studio serves these functions:
  • Gathering
  • Collating
  • Folding
  • Cutting
  • Binding (Hardbound, Perfect, Smyth sewn, Stitching)
  • Die Cutting
  • Folding Carton Gluing
  • Label Systems
  • Cover Lamination