At the 7th Beijing International Printing Technology Exhibition, which just ended, we saw the first “recovery” of the Chinese printing industry after the financial crisis. This is inseparable from China’s active measures and the introduction of policies. After the financial crisis, as far as the printing industry was concerned, the relevant departments proposed “restructuring of the printing industry” to cope with the financial crisis. By now, the effect is obvious.
Adjustment of the industrial structure of the printing industry - integration and upgrading
According to the General Administration of Press and Publication, in 2008, there were 102,043 printing companies (excluding copying and typing), including 44,000 enterprises above designated size, accounting for 44%. These enterprises are small in scale, scattered in operation, low in technical level, poor in comprehensive strength, and weak in risk resistance. In the current squeeze by the low price of labor, externally affected by the financial crisis, packaging and printing companies to reorganize, forming a "big and strong, small to special" pattern is imperative.
One way is that large enterprises merge small enterprises, and small enterprises actively integrate into large enterprises to survive; one way is that small enterprises integrate with each other, learn from each other's strengths, and develop in groups; one way is that enterprises that are unwilling to combine are specializing in Do fine, such as: specialize in pill box printing, notebook printing, etc., to form their own fist products. Under the guidance of this kind of thinking, the area where the printing industry gathers is constructing a regional pre-press, India-China, and post-press industrial chain to create a regional scale and resist risks.
Adjustment of regional layout structure in printing industry - gradient transfer
In the context of the global financial crisis spreading in 2008, the printing costs of Guangdong printing plants increased, and the printing industry ushered in a wave of industrial gradients. The press and publication bureaus in the central and western provinces of Hubei, Jiangxi, Hunan, and Guangxi all played the role of “taking industry transfer in coastal areas”. Brand.
In addition, a group of powerful printing factories, after completing their strategic deployment in Guangdong, Beijing and Shanghai, the central and western regions have become a new direction for the printing industry. On November 4, 2008, the “3rd Pan-Pearl Printing and Copying Industry Cooperation and Development Forum and Project Negotiation Meeting”, 54 cooperation agreements with 3.26 billion funds, most of which landed in the central and western regions.
The provinces of the central and western regions have also taken over the transfer of the coastal printing industry:
Jiangxi's 36 projects in 2008, 2.16 billion fund agreement
Hunan's 2008 project of 10.2 billion funds agreement
The first quarter has passed, and the performance of the printing machine industry is also better than expected, but it still needs hard work. Looking into the future, we must seize the current opportunities, investigate some market changes, study new topics in the process of change, and gather more ideas to plan for the future. We will actively seize new areas and re-develop for the industry. Create brilliance and work hard!