The recession which Asian printing downturn exports - Printing in China
Developed countries serious economic recession that a lot of the asia-pacific region of the printing exports dropped trend. In the international financial crisis in the backdrop, Japan and Australia's printing are affected. Indonesia in last year's growth is very strong, but since since 2012, the country's ink sales have always stagnant.
Even in a recession, printing ink manufacturers still can in some key areas to get growth. Globally, packaging and printing is still more strong growth of a field.
Industry insiders, point out that Asian liquid market than offset printing ink printing ink market are a bit better. But in Japan, offset printing and liquid ink all revealed a market decline.
Makers of ink, India is a market opportunity. Bantian company in India's pan (Panoli) Gordon built a new factory in order to produce offset printing ink and gravure ink; And love life's company in India also plans to build a massive offset printing ink factory and a adhesive manufacturer.
In Asia, printing in the full value of the printing industry export proportion of relatively large. Therefore, the developed country's rapid economic recession that Asia many small and medium printing enterprise on the brink of bankruptcy. Even if is a large enterprise, also want to face the production line of unsaturated difficult.
Environmental protection is a hot spot in the Asia Pacific region. The asia-pacific region has been strengthening of the environmental laws and regulations of the legislation and to carry out strength, so the market on the environmental printing ink, such as no benzene/no ketone printing ink, water-based ink and gravure does not contain the offset printing ink VOC demand will also be in the next few years increased, especially China. But India's packaging printing ink and adhesive market will also get strong growth.
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Printing industry is China's important industrial categories, and also one of China's most active industrial technology reform one of the areas, maintaining a high and sustainable development. According to the data reported, 2001 years state-owned printing enterprise with 82189 employees more than 300, the national printing gross industrial output value of RMB 144.789 billion. With demand for printing and printing technology requirements unceasing enhancement, some foreign enterprise in China. For in the competitions, many local enterprise a lot into high printing technology and equipment, and to make China's printing industry in general and the developed countries of the technical level of the increasingly close. But because China's most supporting roller manufacturers small production scale, technical level is limited, at present introduces import models, the supporting roller and water ink roll basic imported.
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Printed mags trump digital editions in YouGov survey - Printing in China
By comparison, just 2% of the survey group claimed to read more on a tablet than in print, rising to 4% for smartphones, while 11% said they read more on websites.
YouGov SixthSense research director James McCoy said: "Preference on this scale suggests that magazines still have a healthy future in print, although prospects vary by sector according to the attitudes of different reader groups, and this will inevitably change over time."
The report includes a review of current trends and developments in the consumer magazine market and examines consumer attitudes and behaviour in relation to magazines.
According to the survey, just under one in ten adults (9%) are reading more online than in print, while 11% are reading both online and in print, with men three times more likely to read more online than women (15% versus 5%).
While print remains the favoured medium, almost half (47%) of the sample group admitted that they were buying printed magazines less often, with 27% of men and 34% of women citing cost as the reason for their reduced purchasing.
Another important factor in reduced magazine consumption was time, with 18% of those surveyed claiming they have less time to read magazines now.
McCoy added: "It is possible that digital formats have made some inroads on physical print sales but these findings point the finger at cost and shortage of time as being far more influential factors."
Data from the survey, which was drawn from a sample of 2,102 UK adults, has been compiled in the YouGov SixthSense Magazine Consumption report, which costs £1,750 and is available from the YouGov website.
YouGov SixthSense Magazine Consumption Stats
Prefer print to digital 40%
Enjoy the look and feel of a print magazine 35%
Reading more on websites instead of print 11%
Reading more on a smartphone instead of print 4%
Reading more on a tablet instead of print 2%
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