The hottest printing industry seeks development in

2022-07-25
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The printing industry strives for development in the midst of change the world-renowned drupa international printing exhibition, which plans to build a 10 billion level new material industry cluster, was held in Dusseldorf, Germany, in May this year. It is recognized by the world printing industry as the exhibition with the largest number of exhibitors, the largest exhibition area and the most influential on the development of world printing technology

it is reported that more than 30 enterprises in China registered for the exhibition this year, with an exhibition area of more than 4000 square meters. So many manufacturers and so large exhibition area are unprecedented in the printing industry. While we understand the world, we also let the world know the overall technical development level of China's printing industry. This is a solid step for China's printing industry to move towards the world, and also marks the rapid development of China's printing industry in the process of innovation and change

the production speed of the printing industry has accelerated.

due to the increase in the technological transformation of enterprises, the printing industry will enter a new stage of development. Taking the printing industry in Shanghai as an example, the output value was 18billion yuan in 2002 and 21billion yuan in 2003, an increase of 16.7%. The output value of the national printing industry in 2003 is expected to reach about 280billion yuan, an increase of more than 12% over the 2002 forecast. In order to meet the needs of modern urban economic development, large and medium-sized cities in Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Guangdong, Beijing, Tianjin and other places have listed the printing industry as a key urban supported industry. According to the average growth rate of national economic development, it is predicted that the annual growth rate of the whole printing industry will not be less than 10% ~ 15% in the next 5 ~ 10 years

M & A in the printing industry is becoming more and more active

2003, M & A in the printing industry showed a trend of diversification, both to promote product related diversification and integrated M & A, and also to restructure for the purpose of regional expansion. For example, Hong Kong jutian acquired Hunan eryin printing enterprise, and Yunnan Qiaotong packaging and Printing Co., Ltd. purchased the overall assets of Zhaotong printing at a bidding price of 6.2 million yuan, creating a precedent for Zhaotong joint venture to participate in the reform of state-owned enterprises and attracting the attention of the industry in the province. It is worth noting that Yunnan Province, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Anhui Province have begun to establish joint ventures in Myanmar, Vietnam, Russia and other countries in order to open up the external sales network

printing industrial parks are rising.

park economy is a new thing in China since the reform and opening up, and is becoming the mainstream of China's economic development. In the printing industry, industrial parks have sprung up like mushrooms. For example, Beijing Printing Industrial Park is located in Shunyi, with an initial development of 2000 mu; Shanghai has built an international packaging and Printing City, covering a total area of 600 mu; In addition to the established Printing Industrial Park, Wenzhou Longgang has also built a printing base on both sides of Jinlong Avenue, covering an area of 5 square kilometers; Shenyang invested in the construction of the largest packaging and printing base in Northeast China, with an investment of 3billion yuan and an area of 1300 mu; Yunnan invested 60million yuan to build a garden style printing base; The printing industrial park in Weihai, Shandong Province covers an area of 400 mu; Changsha Printing Industrial Park, with a total investment of 2billion yuan, is located in Huanghua, covering an area of 1000 mu. On june17,2003, 16 printing enterprises in Changsha signed a contract with Huanghua Industrial Park

insiders believe that the printing industrial park is now in the initial stage, and it still needs to be explored and practiced according to local conditions. Do not rush into mass action

the scale of foreign investment has gradually increased.

after China's accession to the WTO, tariffs have gradually decreased. In addition, the protection period is nearing the end, and the momentum for foreign investors to enter China's printing market has increased. For example, Kodak has restructured with lucky photographic group; Agfa has invested 50million US dollars to build a PS version production line with an annual output of 25million square meters in Wuxi; In 2003, Japan lindco also invested 30 materials in Suzhou New Area, which often appeared in the service site in large size, and built a self-adhesive paper production enterprise with us $million

with the passage of time, the gradual easing of the reform and opening-up policy and the improvement of the investment environment, foreign investors enter all fields of the printing market through capital operation. Therefore, the pressure on the domestic printing industry will gradually increase and the competition will become more intense. If there is no emergency response, the enterprise will face more severe business risks

explore a new mode of regional cooperation

in 2003, the discussion on establishing a world printing center around the Pearl River Delta and a printing base in the Yangtze River Delta led by Shanghai attracted great attention from people in the industry. This is not only a question of regional economy or printing base, but also a big question of how China's printing industry will develop in the future. The acceptance meeting of the "1025" National Science and technology support plan "R & D and utilization demonstration of energy-saving intelligent CNC plastic injection machine" project was held in Wuhan. At present, Wenzhou printing enterprises have carried out capital operation in Shanghai, northeast and western regions. We expect these attempts to achieve results and make new contributions to promoting the development of regional printing industry

problems in the printing industry

there are four problems in the current printing industry: first, there are too many small and medium-sized enterprises; Second, the self-development ability of core technology needs to be improved; Third, the equipment level of most enterprises is not high; Fourth, there are few modern management talents and senior skilled workers. Therefore, in the future, the printing industry also needs to increase capital investment, improve the scientific research and development ability with enterprises as the main body, and constantly update equipment and processes to enhance the ability of enterprises to resist risks. If there is not enough capital investment, the enterprise will linger at a low level for a long time, which will restrict the healthy development of China's printing industry. (the author is a consultant of China printing equipment and Equipment Industry Association)

background China's printing industry has undergone historic changes in the past 20 years of reform and opening up. In 1984, there were more than 11000 printing enterprises registered nationwide, with 850000 employees. The annual total industrial output value was about 5billion yuan, accounting for about 0.6% of the gross national product; By 2002, according to the data, there were 90000 printing enterprises of various types in China, 72500 copying and typing enterprises, totaling 165200, including 8600 enterprises engaged in publishing and printing, 29000 enterprises engaged in packaging and printing, and 52400 enterprises engaged in printing most of which entered the landfill or the environment. The total output value of various printing industries in China is 250billion yuan, including 14billion yuan for prepress industry, 19.8 billion yuan for book and periodical printing, 35billion yuan for newspaper printing, 6.2 billion yuan for printing machinery and 78billion yuan for printing equipment, accounting for about 2.5% of the gross national product of that year. The number of employees has reached 3million

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