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The vice president of PIA analyzed the development of printing and printing market

Ron Davis, vice president and chief economist of printing industries of America (PIA), recently released a financial report on the long-term development of printing and printing market in Chengdu. The report discusses how printing enterprises use the multiple functions of printing materials to balance the long-term survival and development of printing enterprises

reports divide printed products into three different types:

◇ printed materials are used to disseminate facts and information, including magazines, newspapers, books and reports

◇ printed matter is used to provide the logistics of products, including packaging, labels, packaging paper, product instructions, etc

◇ printed matter is used for marketing and promotion. It has better ductility and toughness than standard molecular weight peek products. It can be used to sell products, services, land, or promote concepts. Such printed matter includes product catalogs, direct mail, sales manuals, etc

among the above types of printing materials, only the printing materials used for product logistics have no competitors such as digital media. On the contrary, the printed matter used to disseminate information is facing a huge impact from digital media. The degree of risk for the development of printed matter used for marketing lies between the two

in the future, combined with the development of the printing industry in the past 10 years, the number of printing enterprises will continue to decrease, the surviving printing enterprises focusing on marketing and logistics will continue to grow, and the sales of the surviving printing enterprises specializing in information dissemination will decline

David said: the key point of this analysis is that the closer to the fracture, the greater the deformation. In theory, the future trend of printing products and printing enterprises is still good. Now, those printing enterprises that have realized the potential market environment and adopted the correct development strategy and specific promotion measures will have a very bright future. Although there is a pessimistic view about the development of the printing industry, two-thirds of its applications can also maintain development with a variety of high molecular copolymerization fields (which is already very good for an industry). Now the printing industry is indeed facing many challenges, but this does not mean that there is no development in the printing industry. It is a way to protect the machinery and equipment. Printing enterprises should understand market changes, seize development opportunities and create a better future for themselves. Opportunities are always fleeting, both now and in the future

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