The hottest printing industry ushers in the third

2022-08-11
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The printing industry has ushered in the third wave of gradient transfer (Part 1)

in 2008, the central and western provinces have increased investment attraction, and the trend of gradient transfer of China's printing industry from developed coastal areas to the central and western regions has become increasingly obvious. At the third Pan Pearl River Printing Reproduction Industry Cooperation and development forum and project negotiation meeting held on November 4 (hereinafter referred to as the third Pan Pearl River Printing Reproduction Industry Forum), 54 cooperation agreements involving 3.26 billion yuan were signed, most of which landed in the hinterland of China and the west, which also showed that the printing industry was looking for development opportunities from the gradient transfer of the central and western regions. Against the backdrop of the overall economic situation, the printing industry seems to have turned its attention to the vast new continent of the central and western regions. There are 36 signed projects in Jiangxi Province, attracting 2.16 billion yuan of investment; On October 29, Hubei Provincial Publishing Bureau held an on-site meeting to undertake industrial transfer and accelerate the development of printing industry to deploy investment attraction; The printing industry of Hunan Province signed eight projects and attracted 1.02 billion yuan of investment at the 2008 Hunan (Shanghai) investment negotiation week. Various signs show that the printing industry is ushering in the third wave of industrial transfer after the transfer of China's printing industry to Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta

transfer direction: from the Pearl River Delta to Beijing, Shanghai and the central and western regions

as the printing industry is an attached industry, its industrial transfer always follows the industry it serves. Since the beginning of the 21st century, Beijing, the publishing base, and Shanghai, the economic center, have become the first choice for the transfer and expansion of large printing enterprises in the Pearl River Delta. Many well-known printing enterprises have basically completed their strategic layout in Shenzhen, Beijing, and Shanghai. For example, after large-scale book and magazine printing enterprises Zhonghua business, Lifeng Accor, donnery, etc. gained a firm foothold in the southern market, they invested and set up factories in domestic first tier cities such as Beijing and Shanghai as early as threeorfour years ago. Art reproduction enterprise Yachang enterprise group also completed the strategic layout of serving the national art market based on the three bases of Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai at the end of 2006

in the past two to three years, the central and western regions have begun to become another place to undertake the transfer of printing industry from Hong Kong, Taiwan and the Pearl River Delta. Huang He, director of Jiangxi Provincial Publishing Bureau, said at the third Pan Pearl River Delta Forum that it has become one of the inevitable trends for inland regions to undertake the transfer of printing industry in coastal areas. At this forum, 54 cooperation agreements involving 3.26 billion yuan were signed

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the printing industry of Jiangxi Province signed 36 projects at the third Pan Pearl River forum, attracting 2.16 billion yuan of investment, including 8 projects with more than 100 million yuan and 9 projects with more than 50 million yuan. The investment of Zhong'an Technology (Shanggao) Co., Ltd., the largest company, reached 360million yuan. In addition, Jiangxi has reached a large number of intentional agreements through extensive contacts with Guangdong, Zhejiang and other coastal developed provinces

at present, the printing industry in Hubei Province has attracted more than 800million yuan of investment from outside the province and introduced more than 10 large-scale packaging and printing enterprises. On October 29, Hunan Provincial Bureau held an on-site meeting to undertake industrial transfer and speed up the development of the printing industry, further strengthening investment attraction

the printing industry of Hunan Province signed eight projects at the 2008 Hunan (Shanghai) investment negotiation week, attracting 1.02 billion yuan. At present, the province has printing technology industrial parks in Changsha, Shaoyang, Yiyang, Yueyang, etc

reasons for transfer: the cost of transferring out has risen

in recent years, with the development of economy, the shortage of migrant workers, the shortage of land resources, the large gap of power supply, environmental protection pressure and so on in the Pearl River Delta have produced great cost pressure for production enterprises. Rising costs and declining profits have forced some enterprises to migrate to the mainland to seek development space, and the printing industry, as a labor-intensive industry, is no exception

this situation is more obvious in Shenzhen, the forefront of the printing industry in the Pearl River Delta. Tan Haohui, President of Shenzhen printing industry association, said in an interview with this newspaper that the printing industry in Shenzhen has developed from two printing plants at the beginning of reform and opening up to 2000 printing enterprises in 2007, with an output value of more than 32.5 billion yuan. While developing at a high speed, it has also produced some problems that need to be solved urgently. For example, Shenzhen can not meet the requirements of some printing enterprises to increase land and expand factories, while the rising cost of production factors, declining profits, intensifying competition, insufficient construction and so on make some printing enterprises face the crisis of survival and have to migrate outward

looking back on the migration of Hong Kong's printing industry to the Pearl River Delta in the 1990s, it is not difficult to find that the current reasons for the migration of the printing industry in the Pearl River Delta to the mainland are so similar. Yangjinxi, the chairman of the Hong Kong Printing Industry Association, once said in a speech that in the 1990s, Hong Kong's rents were expensive, labor shortages, and wages soared. In order to reduce costs and maintain competitiveness, printing factories, like other manufacturing industries, have adopted the business model of front store and back factory, moving production lines to the Pearl River Delta, while marketing and logistics departments remain in Hong Kong

compared with the limited development space and scarce production resources in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta, the energy consumption per unit of industrial added value above the range of products and water in mainland provinces and regions is expected to drop by 27%, with abundant electricity and human resources, low production costs and large development space for the printing industry. If the rich resource advantages of inland provinces and regions are combined with the advantages of the market, management, technology and capital of coastal areas, they will complement each other. Huang He, director of the Jiangxi Provincial Publishing Bureau, said at the third Pan Pearl River forum that although the economic development level of Jiangxi Province is not high, the industrial space is relatively large, and the prices of land, labor, electricity, etc. are relatively cheap. Therefore, if enterprises settle in Jiangxi, they can still obtain larger profits. Bai wensong, deputy inspector of Jiangxi Provincial Bureau and director of the printing department, told this newspaper that the Jiangxi Provincial Publishing Bureau conducted a survey in 2005. The printing demand of Jiangxi Province was more than 25 billion yuan. In 2007, the total output value of Jiangxi printing industry was nearly 5 billion yuan, and there was 20 billion yuan of development space. 2. Connect the power supply and start the motor (power supply voltage 380V 50Hz)

Jiangxi Zhong'an Technology (Shanggao) Co., Ltd. is a Taiwan funded enterprise with an investment of 360million yuan introduced by Jiangxi Province this year. Wu ZuLong, manager of Zhong'an technology, told China Publishing News: we have invested in Vietnam and other provinces in China. Compared with Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and other first tier cities, the land price in Jiangxi is lower

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