Publisher wins Capexil Award for exports
Islamic Book Service has been awarded the prestigious Capexil Award for excellence in the field of exports for the third year in a row.
The company, which was founded in 1982, has established a formidable presence in the field of Islamic publishing. Its 700 titles include both general and school books in several languages. Its chairman, Mr Abdus Sami said that the company's goal was to publish books on every possible subject related to Islam. He added that Islamic Book Service published only the best authors, such as Harun Yahya and Dr. Bilal Philips, to ensure their books were of the highest standard.
Mr. Abdul Naeem, Director,
Islamic Book Service,
receiving Capexil award
Some of their more popular publications include "Colour Coded Quran with English Tajweed Rules," "Word for Word Quran," "Studies in Islam” in 10 vols," "Terrorism: the Rituals of the Devil."
The high quality of their publications is comparable with the books being produced abroad. Company officials said their efficient service and reasonable prices also contributed to their growing popularity.
Islamic Books Service carries out its domestic sales through its subsidiary, Sami Publications (P) Ltd. Another subsidiary, Angel International Educational Publishers produce school textbooks on most subjects and its publications are being adopted at many educational institutions. "We aim to reach out these school books to every part of the country," Mr Abdus Sami said.
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