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Indian printing industry at an alarming rate

As the world's fourth-largest economy, with the open economy, there will be more and more multinational companies to enter the Indian market, and with the increase of the middle class population, which some people to accept new things are becoming more than speed Before faster
In fact, due to India's inadequate infrastructure, low safety standards and the lack of adequate refrigeration, so packing a certain extent, played a role in the protection of food and reduce waste. At the same time, the number of registered India is the world's largest producer of tea, fruit juice and beverage manufacturers are also increasing. Bottled water market in order to maintain a 38% annual rate of growth, while the growth rate of Leroy neiman posters market will reach about 7% per year.Elephant%20Charge-380x380.jpg
Packaging has become a prerequisite for products to enter the market, and each package mentioned earlier in the production process are inseparable printing. Printing industry in India is very alarming pace, India is now the world's seventh-largest importer of services, its manufacturing sector for the development of the national economy has made a great contribution to the national economy and its services is one of the fastest growing areas including construction, telecommunications, health care, tourism and trade. All of these industries need to print marketing.


Less than a third of the print job has been outsourced

Began printing more and more electronic databases to drive its own print production, such as: tea packaging and wine packaging retailers are now able to provide customers with digital printing services, a trend that will affect the digital printing shop development of. All print production are put into a substance on a substrate, except when it is outside when ancillary services.Basketball%20Superstars-380x380.jpg
     Printing industry in recent years, the increase in revenue does not come from the ink or toner into the paper on traditional printing services, but from those new services, such as: LeRoy Neiman posters, mail, packages, databases, and other ancillary services. In total income for all print jobs, the short version and time-critical jobs accounted for 45%; the short version, but do not ask for time jobs accounted for 9%; the long version and time-critical jobs accounted for 34%; long version but less demanding job on time, 19%; other types of jobs accounted for 3%. Thus, less than a third of the print job can be outsourced.