The hottest printing industry in China has formed

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China's printing industry has formed three major printing industry belts

the printing industry has both the attribute of the cultural industry and the function of the information industry. It is an industry integrating processing services, culture and information industry. In China, the printing industry is a sunrise industry worthy of the name. With the rapid growth of China's economy, the total output value of the printing industry has maintained an average annual growth rate of more than 10% since 1999. Not only the basic sensory and physical and chemical indicators should be tested, but also the total output value of the printing industry reached 277.5 billion yuan in 2004, accounting for about 2% of GDP. According to the information provided by the third national printing managers' annual meeting, China's printing industry has initially formed three major printing industrial belts: the Pearl River Delta printing industrial belt centered on Guangdong, the Yangtze River Delta printing industrial belt centered on Shanghai and Jiangsu and Zhejiang, and the Bohai Rim printing industrial belt centered on Beijing and Tianjin

Pearl River Delta: catch up from behind

20 years ago, the printing industry in the Pearl River Delta was still unknown in China. In 1987, the printing industry output value of Guangdong Province, with 2128 enterprises, was 1.12 billion yuan, which has no advantage over other coastal provinces, regions and cities. However, after nearly 20 years of leaping development, the printing strength of the Pearl River Delta has changed. The basis for the rise and prosperity of the printing industry in the Pearl River Delta is its superior geographical location: the adjacent Hong Kong region has become its main source of funds. Attracted by the superior policy environment and low labor costs in the Pearl River Delta, "overall relocation to the north" has become the development trend of Hong Kong enterprises, which provides a historic opportunity for the growth of printing enterprises in the Pearl River Delta

after 20 years of accumulation, running in and efforts, at present, the annual output value of Guangdong's printing industry is more than 42 billion yuan, of which the output value of printing exports is more than 12 billion yuan, and overseas orders account for almost 30% of the province's printing output value. With the geographical advantage of being close to Hong Kong, the printing industry in the Pearl River Delta has achieved rapid development and accelerated industrial upgrading

with the advantages of human, land, transportation and other resources and strong economic development, the Pearl River Delta region has targeted the goal of a world printing center. Thus, the Pearl River Delta is endowed with a more far-reaching significance and bears a more arduous mission

Yangtze River Delta: the strong is HENGQIANG

some famous companies in Shanghai printing industry are state-owned enterprises. Shanghai printing group is a good example. When the group was founded in 1995, its member enterprises have experienced a 10-year decline, but after several years of hard adjustment, the group achieved sales revenue of nearly 550 million yuan in 2002, ranking sixth among the top 100 printing enterprises

the vigorous development of private economy has become a form of the development of printing industry in Jiangsu and Zhejiang regions. There are 17 Jiangsu and Zhejiang enterprises ranking among the top 100 in the national printing industry, of which more than 10 enterprises are more or less private. Private printing enterprises in Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces started relatively late and showed considerable concentration once the temperature was too high. For example, in Longgang, Wenzhou, hundreds of private enterprises that rose in the 1980s and 1990s created a printing output value of 3.5 billion yuan on a land of more than 80 square kilometers

the Yangtze River Delta region represented by Shanghai and Jiangsu and Zhejiang has become an important force in China's printing territory. In 2002, the total output value of the printing industry in the Yangtze River Delta was about 40 billion yuan. Due to the strong economy of Shanghai, the driving force of the news on the evening of March 12 Beijing time and the linkage of the industry, the potential for the printing industry in the Yangtze River Delta to continue to rise is very promising. At the same time, multinational companies have landed in the surrounding areas of Shanghai, and a number of printing giants have landed in Shanghai one after another. In addition to the strong growth desire of private enterprises themselves and the complementary advantages between enterprises in the region, the printing industry in the Yangtze River Delta is expected to reach a higher level

Bohai Rim: ready to go

Bohai rim economic circle has natural soil suitable for the growth of printing enterprises. Taking publication printing as an example, the total publishing volume of Beijing books and newspapers alone accounts for about 30% of the country. Coupled with the publishing energy of Shandong, Liaoning, Tianjin and Hebei, the share of Bohai Rim Economic Circle in the national publishing market should be more than 40%. However, such a huge publishing advantage has not been properly reflected in the printing industry. According to statistics, the annual sales revenue of the largest book printing enterprises in the Bohai Rim region is only about 200million yuan, which is still a considerable gap compared with southern enterprises such as Shenzhen donnery and Shanghai printing group, which also focus on publication printing

however, gratifying changes have emerged. China Printing Group Corporation, which has been brewing for a long time, was announced to be established, and the foundation of Beijing Printing Industrial Park, which covers an area of more than 3000 mu, has been laid. In the face of new opportunities, the printing industry in the Bohai economic circle, led by Beijing and Tianjin, is poised to take off. With Beijing's strong printing industry foundation and the strong economic strength of the Bohai Rim region, its rise in China's printing industry is not far away

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