On Feb 11, 2014, Relicase won the tender of Ancient Books and Records Museum, National Library of China (NLC).
The National Library of China (NLC), as the third largest national library in the world, covers 250,000 square meters. It embraces three components: the first phase of construction (1987), the second phase (2008), and the NLC Library of Ancient Books, west of Beihai Park.
The National Library of China serves as the repository of the nation's publications, a national bibliographic center, as well a national center for the preservation and conservation for ancient books.
The National Library of China hosts vast and comprehensive holdings, including extensive collections in foreign languages and many historical books. The NLC is renowned for its collection of ancient and rare materials. The NLC houses 270,000 rare records and 1,640,000 ancient records. The most valuable collections are the inscriptions on animal bones and tortoise shells from the Shang Dynasty (Oracle Bones), Dunhuang Manuscripts, the Zhaocheng Tripitaka of the Jin Dynasty, the Yongle Encyclopedia, and the Complete Library of the Four Branches of Literature. Among its earliest editions in foreign languages are incunabula printed in Europe from 1473 to 1477.