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The current situation and development trend of the world printing industry (I)

2005, the concept of globalization is deepening day by day, and the development of the printing industry in various countries in the world has also begun to connect with each other

at the International Printing Development Forum held at Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on May 10, the heads of printing industry associations from 11 countries including China, the United States, Britain, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines introduced the development of printing industry in their respective countries and expressed their views on the future development trend of printing industry

world printing industry

on the whole, the printing industry is moving towards a high degree of informatization, market maturity and more internationalization. All experts agree that the rapidly developing countries (such as China, India and South Korea) in the world are increasingly rich in economic activities. The more developed countries have experienced economic depression in recent years, but now their economies are also recovering

according to the latest survey of "itstrategies", the total output value of the global printing industry is 702billion US dollars. Just as Dr. guidocorbella, President of the association of paper and paper processing machinery manufacturers, said at the international printing development forum that Italian printing and manufacturing put the ceramic aluminum industry at an important position in the industrial development of Huaibei, some changes in the world are telling us that a relatively prosperous period is coming. Economic recovery, low interest rates, low inflation and easy trade have brought good news to the long-term and stable economic planning, and people's expectations for the growth of printing and paper processing industries will also increase

according to the speeches of speakers at the forum, developed countries such as Europe, America and Japan seek to increase exports and expand foreign markets. On the one hand, they export high-end products with high technical content to other countries, such as electronic equipment, software and high-end printing equipment and materials. On the other hand, they entrust the traditional printing business to foreign processing, and the trend of transferring the traditional printing processing industry to developing countries is becoming more and more obvious

from the perspective of technological development, the digitalization of information, the lossless transmission through the network, soft proofing and other technological achievements and new service means have also promoted the increasing dispersion of printing work, which even transcends national boundaries

the printing enterprises in Asian developing countries mostly hope to update their existing equipment, purchase new equipment with high quality and low price, and receive technical assistance and talent training assistance, so as to improve their own printing quality and production capacity and strive to occupy more shares in the limited global printing market

China's printing industry first, regional printing industry belts are taking shape. In the Greater Pearl River Delta (including Hong Kong and Macao), the Yangtze River Delta and the Bohai Rim Economic Zone, regional printing centers with their own characteristics have been preliminarily formed. The total output value of printing in these three regions accounts for about two-thirds of the national printing industry

second, foreign exchanges and cooperation have been expanding. In recent years, nearly 100 "three capital" printing enterprises have been approved to set up every year. At the same time, Chinese printing has also gone abroad. China's exports of printing materials, printing equipment and equipment have increased year by year, with a total export value of more than 30billion yuan in 2003

third, a new round of technological transformation with digital technology as the main body is proceeding in an orderly manner. The technology of computer direct plate making is gradually popularized, the application of digital technology and network technology in newspaper printing is speeding up, and the digital printing market is constantly developing

fourth, the reform of printing enterprises is deepening. The pattern of common development of various economic components in the printing industry has been formed, and the basic role of market mechanism in resource allocation has emerged in the printing industry

German printing industry

the annual sales of 327120 employees in the German printing industry reached 56.64 billion euros. This is equivalent to 4.5% of the total sales of the entire processing industry in Germany and 5.4% of the per capita sales. Considering the waste paper, wood and pulp contributed by this industrial cluster to the paper industry and chemical fiber industry, it can be considered as an important part of the German national economy

at the same time, the comparison with the export share clearly shows that each industry in this industrial cluster has different development directions. It mainly exports to Europe, accounting for 13.7% of the total export value. It can be seen that the printing industry has set its sights on the domestic market, and cannot be compensated for the decline in domestic export requirements. Competition from new EU Member States will exacerbate this impact. Only 1750 companies have more than 20 employees. It can be seen that this is an industry characterized by small companies

the sales volume of German paper industry is about 12.25 billion euros, which is now occupied by multinational groups. The production capacity of the above-mentioned enterprises is optimized according to the requirements of different regions or paper grades, and the export share is about 52%. As a result, dependence on the domestic economic situation will no longer be important

there are about 110 printing and paper equipment manufacturers. As the fourth link in the price chain, the sales volume in 2004 reached 7.7 billion euros. The export share is about 80%, achieving a balanced layout among the three. Therefore, only the equipment production sector is an important growth point in the large number of exports to Asia and the United States

in the past 30 years, the output value of paper and paperboard has increased from 3.65 billion euros to 141.6 euros. This year, the sales volume of German packaging is only 8billion euros. Labels (€ 1.27 billion), household paper products and toilet paper increased significantly

the output of printing and paper equipment in Germany has almost tripled in the past 20 years, with the highest value in 2001. Increase in the use of imported equipment by Member States in the past few years. Although the importance of the target purchase market has been continuously transferred between continents in the past 20 years when working in Europe, the United States and Asian manufacturing plants and in accordance with the bid inviter's construction site management regulations, the increase in output is fully supported by the continuous growth of exports without affecting the experimental results. Today, the share of exports to the 25 EU countries is 38.5%, 50% of which are sold in Europe. In the past five years, compared with the United States, Asia has continued to grow and make profits, so now it has become the second largest target region for exports with a share of 24.8%

in the printing equipment market, we saw the fastest product growth in 2004, which was 13%. Exports grew rapidly at 16 per cent. The United States has the largest export volume, with an export share of 16%, followed by China (9%) and the United Kingdom (7%)

in the field of paper processing, the resilience is slightly weak. In 2004, the output of the Institute increased by 5% and was exported to the United States (17%), Britain (7%) and Italy (6%)

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