Printing industry overcapacity problem highlights

2022-08-23
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In the financial crisis, the problem of overcapacity in the printing industry has become prominent.

in the face of tiny profits, many printing enterprises have fallen into a bad cycle of printing at a loss and printing at a loss. In the face of a large number of printing orders with their own production capacity and technical strength, transparency is better than pvc/eva and TPO. Business owners can only shake their heads and sigh: now the printing business is becoming more and more difficult! When did printers begin to reflect on this situation and why

many people attribute the reason to the transparency of printing wages, which is indeed the case. The current printing price has already unveiled its mysterious veil, and it is unrealistic to use high quotation, which reduces the profits of the printing industry to a certain extent. Everyone will calculate this account. Although the algorithms of various enterprises are different, the main thing is nothing more than [substrate (various materials based on paper) + ink] × Loss + labor price. However, this is not the key to the problem

the theory of winter is now popular in the printing industry, which believes that the current printing industry is in a big elimination environment for the survival of the fittest. At present, in the face of the severe situation under the financial crisis, the so-called winter is not only the winter of the printing industry, but also the winter of the whole small and medium-sized enterprises, especially the export-processing small and medium-sized enterprises, which have been hit hardest in this financial storm. Since the reform and opening up, especially after China's entry into WTO, China's economy has experienced a period of eight years of rapid development. If the outbreak of the financial crisis had not led to the bursting of the development foam, many problems might have been hidden for a longer time

After 30 years of reform and opening up, China's economic policy has always been an important area for state-owned enterprises to control and operate strategic resources, including energy, railways, shipping and other areas related to the national economy and the people's livelihood. In other fields, it is a completely open market economic system. Therefore, it is difficult for the state to limit the production capacity in these fields, and it can only be regulated by raising the industry threshold and strengthening environmental protection standards. Due to the low entry threshold of the printing and packaging industry, coupled with the huge market of the printing industry, especially stimulated by the sweetness of the industry pioneers, the development of printing enterprises has shown a flood situation in the Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta, 338 building materials and the radiation of solving key and difficult problems in recent decades, as well as the Bohai Rim region. In 2007, there were 99787 printing enterprises of various types in China, with 3.4 million employees in the whole industry. The problem of overcapacity has been accompanied by the development of the printing industry for many years, and has become the biggest obstacle to the future development of the printing industry. However, it is the cost problem that puzzles them

overcapacity has always been a common problem in the manufacturing industry in China and even the world. I believe that people in the printing industry can experience it from their environment without data explanation. In the early days, when the market demand was far greater than the production capacity of printing enterprises, there was an exaggerated saying: as long as the printing press opened, it was the same as printing money directly. Many early printers made a lot of money. Nowadays, with the continuous increase of the number of printing enterprises, the market competition is white hot, and the industry has entered the era of low profits. It is an indisputable fact that enterprise profits are getting thinner and thinner

from last year until the financial storm, the costs of paper, ink, transportation and so on have been rising. Many printing enterprises have tried to offset the cost pressure by raising prices. But in the end, we all saw that the printing price still couldn't come up. This has a lot to do with the overcapacity of the industry and the backward mode of competition

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