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In 2006, private printing enterprises trudged through difficulties. If calculated according to the Gregorian calendar, the New Year bell of 2007 has already sounded, and China's printing industry has gone through another year of development. However, with the "sunrise in the East and rain in the west", the output value of the printing industry here is still rising step by step, while the printing enterprises there, especially most private enterprises, are more aware of the cold winter! Different from the previous years' investment in printing "making money by tossing and turning", in recent years, with the increasingly transparent profits of the industry and the follow-up of more enterprises, the competition is rapidly intensifying. Although the prices of many consumables have been lowered, the profits of printing enterprises have not increased. Moreover, due to the lack of appropriate regulatory measures, the "malicious price reduction and competitive pressure" have also followed the printing industry like a shadow after years of development, dragging the pace of printing forward

the continuous emergence of private enterprises in recent years seems like a hundred flowers bloom at once. Just how many wintersweet flowers can resist the severe cold, and how many are just roses in the greenhouse? First of all, the entry threshold is not high, and the good and bad are intermingled, which also lays a hidden danger for the future. As the way of purchasing machines is becoming more and more flexible, only 20-30% of the total payment can be paid to buy machines and start production, even if it is a brand-new model imported from abroad. Such "temptation" makes some private enterprises invest blindly without careful analysis of the market in the early stage. At the same time, because printing is a labor-intensive industry, the medium and low-end human resources are also very rich, which can be easily obtained

secondly, the printing industry has been listed in the list of profiteering industries in the past few years. Such relevant information has also prompted more funds to follow the trend. I remember that in the ranking list of a well-known magazine, the printing industry ranked eighth in the list of huge profits. The reason is very simple: at that time, the domestic printing industry was more like an industry that had just come from the period of manual labor. The degree of automation was extremely low and the management was extremely chaotic. However, a large number of such enterprises could survive and still make profits. This is enough to show how amazing the profit space is, It has completely reached the standard of "profiteering industry". It is this phenomenon that has continuously attracted more blind investment

in addition, there is another view that the printing industry belongs to the service industry, and the core technology is difficult to form, so it can only form a relatively leading advantage in the process. Many enterprises are not satisfied with the status quo, but they have to accept everything in front of them because of the disconnection of technology and the lack of high-end talents. However, large-scale state-owned enterprises and foreign enterprises that already have strength are constantly innovating internally. Only a few years ago, due to incomplete technology, their advantages were not very obvious. In recent years, they have been aggressively making a full-scale counterattack to subdue the lost land occupied by private enterprises. Therefore, the so-called "meager profit" is only superficial, and the "unprofitable" in the past is the final result

in addition, many private enterprises tend to be short-sighted in accepting new technologies, which is also an important factor in keeping a long distance from advanced domestic and foreign enterprises and placing ardent expectations on the development of contemporary youth. When investing in the past few years, we didn't look very far, causing confusion in entering the "technology era" after the "profiteering era". "There was no room for upgrading before, and I was unwilling to replace the invested models" is 2 When measuring the force coaxiality with an automatic coaxiality measuring instrument (or other measuring device with corresponding accuracy), hold the test sample on the collet, install an electronic extensometer in the symmetrical direction of the sample, add it to 1% of the maximum experimental force, and then apply the experimental force to 4% of the maximum experimental force. Measure the elastic deformation on the opposite sides of the test sample, and measure it three times in the direction perpendicular to each other. Therefore, it is a common mentality to use backward models Products without added value can only be sold more and more cheaply

at the same time, another point is the disconnection of the industry and the closure of information. There is a news in the industry that many private enterprises in Beijing do not know the local printing industry associations, even though there are many professional associations in Beijing. The associations that have vital interests and grasp the development direction have not been valued by enterprises. On the other hand, the associations have not gone deep into these private enterprises to publicize, although their tax generating amount was once comparable to that of state-owned enterprises. As for the exchange of needed goods among enterprises, they are more influenced by thinking patterns and traditional concepts, and are basically in a state of no contact. How can such a situation not cause chaos? Institutions that provide supporting services for the printing industry have also flourished in recent years. Although there is still a lot of room for improvement, the existing associations, stations and other resources are far from attracting the attention of enterprises, and have been fully utilized. The following points are considered by many private printing enterprises as the most serious constraints: discrimination against private enterprises by banks and other relevant state departments, To a large extent, it restricts the development of private enterprises. In particular, many private enterprises have not received the necessary support from the state, so they need to seek funding from banks and other relevant financial institutions. However, the banks that have the "power of life and death" in this regard do not buy it: limiting the amount of loans, increasing the guaranteed amount, etc. these are like a series of hoops around the heads of private Indian enterprises: technological reform, talent introduction, and expanding production are all standing still, Perhaps when we blame private enterprises for "not striving for progress", we should also think of their harsh environment and their difficulties

in 2006, many private printing enterprises in China spent another year in solitude and hesitation. Taking the Beijing Shanghai high-speed railway as an example, 2007 has begun. I also hope that people who have invested in the printing industry and will invest in the printing industry can be more "farsighted". I wish all printers a golden pig in 2007

reprinted from: Zhonghua printing and packaging

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