New trends in the development of domestic printing industry with the accession to the World Trade Organization and the intensification of reform and opening up, China's printing industry has seen some new development trends in recent years
I. the regional printing base has become a climate.
Wenzhou and Cangnan in Zhejiang, Zhongshan in Guangdong, Xiongxian, Sanhe, Langfang and Dongguang in Hebei, Pudong in Shanghai and Tongcheng in Anhui have formed regional packaging and printing bases, and the printing industry has become a pillar industry in the local area
these printing bases include book and magazine printing plants, packaging printing plants, and printing equipment and equipment manufacturers. The division of labor among enterprises is very fine, but the connection is very close. There are special plate making plants, special post press processing plants, and even enterprises that specially assemble aluminum clips for blanket. There are more than 680 printing enterprises in Pudong, Shanghai. They should use the new gaskets attached to the experimental machines to install them. In 2000, the output value reached 3.1 billion yuan. There are nearly 500 printing and binding enterprises in Sanhe, Hebei, with printing equipment worth nearly 100million yuan, output value of 1.1 billion yuan and tax payment of 50million yuan, basically forming a one-stop pattern of printing and binding, storage, transportation and distribution. Precision has become the goal of the plastic extruder industry.
second, the rapid rise of the private printing industry.
the development of the printing industry based on private capital has achieved gratifying results. At present, there are more than 10000 printing and equipment enterprises in Wenzhou, with an annual output value of 18billion yuan. The output value of printing industry in Longgang town was 156000 yuan in 1985 and 4.96 billion yuan in 2000. The printing industry in the above two regions is dominated by private economy. After the period of primitive accumulation, the development momentum of private printing enterprises can not be underestimated. For example, the Jielong group in Pudong, Shanghai, started its business in 1973 with 1000 yuan, with only six people. After more than 20 years of hard work, it has become a large private enterprise group with printing as its main business and integrating industry, commerce, trade and real estate. Fixed assets amount to 400million yuan. In 2001, the total sales reached about 700million yuan. On july1,1998, when visiting Shanghai, President Clinton of the United States specially met with and had a discussion with Fei Junde, President of Jielong group. With the development of socialization and shareholding, private enterprises will become the basis of the printing market. Therefore, we must attach importance to and support the development of private printing enterprises
III. capital operation of the printing industry has been started.
the printing industry used to occupy the market only by product competition, but now, capital operation has emerged. For example, on january28,2001, two major domestic printing machinery backbone enterprises, Beiren Printing Machinery Co., Ltd. and Shaanxi Huanggong Group Printing Machinery Co., Ltd., re formed the new Shaanxi Beiren Printing Machinery Co., Ltd. beiren Co., Ltd. invested 60million yuan in cash in the form of debt, and merged Shaanxi Printing Machinery Co., Ltd. as a whole. The new company will give full play to beiren's capital and technological advantages to achieve complementary advantages between the East and the West, Jointly resist risks and promote development. Beiren group also OEM post press equipment with Japanese Topaz company, and invested in setting up a factory in Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Shanghai Printing & packaging company acquired Akiyama Printing Machinery Co., Ltd. of Japan, and assigned personnel to take full charge of the leadership of the enterprise
IV. foreign printing and publishing giants settled in China
after China's entry into WTO, foreign printing manufacturers have further accelerated the pace of settling in China. For example, Germany Bertelsmann has signed an agreement with Shanghai printing and packaging company that the change-over switch should be turned to the "loading" position, and both parties have invested 50% to establish a printing and packaging production base in Shanghai. According to cj/t3012 ⑼ 3 "cast iron manhole covers", Germany is required to invest US $29million in the first phase, with a total investment of US $100million five years later. The modern printing city covering an area of 680 hectares will stand on the Bank of the Huangpu River. For another example, American Donnelly & Sons Printing Co., Ltd. has reached a cooperation agreement with enterprises subordinate to Shanghai Publishing Bureau, and invested US $29.5 million in the first phase to set up a printing enterprise in Qingpu Industrial Zone. The first Heidelberg m600c rotary machine was officially put into operation in October, 2001, and the second was put into operation in November