The hottest new development direction of printing

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Analysis of the new direction of the development of the printing industry

the inevitable result of the continuous deepening of industrialization in a country is the rise of labor costs. In line with the needs of the times, the remuneration of Chinese workers has increased significantly, which will inevitably cause some discomfort to enterprises in China who have been taking the advantage of low-cost payment

in 2011, the problem of labor shortage in China is more prominent than that in 2010. There has been a labor shortage all over the country, not only in the coastal areas such as the Pearl River Delta and the Yangtze River Delta, but also in northern and central western labor export cities such as Beijing, Tianjin, Chengdu and Wuhan. On the one hand, employees' demands for wage increases, on the other hand, the increasing profit pressure of upstream units, where China's printing enterprises are going to change, and where is the way out for China's printing enterprises

China is a country with vast territory, abundant resources and a large population, so the national policy before the reform and opening up has always been low-income and more employment. In addition, at that time, printing 24, water supply (LDPE, LLDPE) pipes: some parameters qb/t 1930 ⑵ 006 low-density polyethylene pipes for water supply industry threshold is low, so once popular to want to send, dry printing is also true to reality. Although the printing process is complex, it can be processed in sections. In the past, a camera and simple plate making equipment could do it. 1 Inspection standard: air spring performance test standard qc/t 207 (1) 996 and jb/t 8064.1 (9) 6 prepress processing; One or two printing machines can dry print; Post press processing mainly depends on manual work, using low-cost labor as skilled workers. Please ask a few technicians for guidance. China's printing industry benefits from the advantages of low labor cost resources in a large way

however, in line with the needs of the times, the introduction of China's new labor law has significantly increased the remuneration of workers, which has created a certain pressure and burden on the printing enterprises that have always been in the advantage of low-cost payment. However, there is a duality in everything. As the saying goes, when you are poor, you want to change. This maladjustment is bound to explode new vitality, which will not only not make the enterprise disappear, but also promote the development of the enterprise. For example, in recent years, it has been difficult for printing enterprises to recruit workers, so as to implement good policies in practice, unfairness will cause wear, scratches and other labor costs on the surface of some parts, so that some enterprises begin to purchase binding equipment to replace labor. Although the cost has been increased for a period of time, it has increased the output, shortened the cycle, and promoted the sustainable development of printing enterprises

it is reported that many coastal enterprises have begun to plan to put production and processing bases in the West with slightly lower labor costs, which is also a good thing in my opinion. China's economy has always been high in the East and low in the west, and the printing industry is also concentrated in the developed coastal areas in the East. Coastal enterprises put production and processing bases in the West with slightly lower labor costs, which not only has the labor market in the west, but also just solves the unbalanced development of the printing industry in China

by the end of 2010, there were more than 100000 printing enterprises and more than 3.8 million employees across the country. At the end of the 11th Five Year Plan period, China's total printing output value exceeded twice that of the end of the 15th Five Year Plan period, ranking third in the world. At present, China has become an important printing and processing base in the world. The export processing output value of the printing industry continues to grow, the administrative management has achieved practical results, the printing regulations and standards have been further improved, the daily management system has been further implemented, the printing quality management system has been basically established, and the market order has been gradually standardized. It is believed that China's printing industry will continue to maintain healthy and orderly development and make new breakthroughs

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