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Poland: the upgrading process of modern printing equipment is accelerated

Poland is located in the center of Europe and is considered to be one of the most noteworthy emerging printing markets in Eastern Europe. In recent years, Poland has attracted the attention of many investors with its favorable factors such as low labor costs and increased market opportunities, which has led to the transfer of some printing businesses in Western Europe to the country. The article in the 14th issue of "German printer" in 2010 introduces the development status and trend of the printing industry in Poland

last year, the profit income of the printing industry was 1.54 billion euros

according to the official report of Poland, at present, the Polish printing industry has about 3500 printing plants and more than 70000 employees. In 2009, the profit income was about 1.54 billion euros, of which the export share accounted for 20% to 22%. The number of exports to Germany is the largest, accounting for 35% of the total exports; Followed by Britain, Scandinavia, France and the Netherlands, with export shares accounting for 25%, 18%, 10% and 6% respectively

in general, the structure of the printing industry in Poland is more fragmented than that in Germany. Enterprises with less than 10 employees account for 89% of the total number of enterprises, and the crack gap will increase. Enterprises with 10-49 employees account for 8.21%, enterprises with 50-99 employees account for 1.05%, enterprises with 100-249 employees account for 0.6%, and enterprises with more than 250 employees only account for 0.24%. In addition, the international financial crisis has accelerated the process of business merger. In 2009, more than 10% of printing enterprises disappeared from the market

in terms of printing methods, the enterprises that use offset printing are the most, accounting for 50%; Followed by flexo printing, accounting for 20%; Gravure printing accounts for 12%, digital printing accounts for 10.3%, silk printing accounts for 3%, embossing accounts for 1.6%, and other printing methods account for 1.8%. In publication printing, the output value of newspaper and magazine printing accounts for 50% of the total output value of publication printing, commercial printing accounts for 30%, and book printing accounts for 20%

active capital investment

in the past few years, the length of the cord should be appropriate, and the investment in Poland's printing industry is large. The largest players in the market are the magazine printing house of nelley sonscompany and quadwinkowski. Donnelly operates three printing plants in Poland and is the largest manufacturer in the printing of magazines, catalogues, catalogues and advertising leaflets

in August 2008, quadgraphics, a large American commercial printing plant, took over winkowski, a large Polish printing plant, as a major shareholder. The company invested 26million euros to purchase new equipment and modernize its factories in wyszkow and pile. In addition, the company also invested 49million euros in wyszko to build a printing and logistics center for the increasingly enthusiastic market trend W, of which 23million euros came from EU funds. A total of more than 20 new printing machines were purchased and put into operation, including the most advanced post press processing and logistics system. Quadwinkowski company aims at export completely, and has supplied printing materials for building insulation systems in Japan in 22 countries. Set up sales offices in Germany and the UK. Total exports accounted for 38% of production

another important player in the Polish market is Bauer media group. The Group operates one of the largest gravure printing plants in Europe in norgre Rogers, printing a large number of printed materials such as boutique periodicals, catalogues and advertising leaflets. Moreover, for the 160million Euro investment in Poland in 2007 and 2008, the company has received 47million Euro tax exemption from the Polish government

After the international financial crisis, in order to meet the flexible needs of newspaper business, newspaper printing houses have also adjusted and changed their strategic guidelines. For example, although the sales revenue of Gazeta fell in 2009, its value creation was still improved through the new products of three printing plants in Warsaw, biaroleka and tiri

Polskapresse, the largest publisher of regional newspapers, operates six printing plants in major cities in Poland. The printing plant put into operation in sosnovitz in 2006 adopts the colomban thermosetting and cold setting web offset press. The factory concentrated on strengthening printing services, especially printing advertising materials for customers in Scandinavia. At present, the export share accounts for 25% to 30%

the second largest publisher of regional newspapers belongs to the local media enterprise of the British MECom group, which publishes nine newspapers and two weekly newspapers. In addition, the company also operates six printing plants. Last fall, we invested in the introduction of the newspaper delivery system of the Swiss ferrag company in the printing plant of tarnoburg province. Since January this year, the printing plant in green hill has modernized the plant through various investments in prepress, printing and post press

the publisher of Rzeczpospolita is also a subsidiary of MECom group, which operates two printing plants. The CTP plate making machine introduced by one of its printing plants in 2008 was the largest order Agfa received in the Polish newspaper market. The express delivery enterprise under the lein post group in the city of bidgosh is the largest newspaper printing plant in northern Poland. In November, 2008, ferag installed the largest newspaper conveying equipment in Poland. The printing plant in bidgosh has invested a total of 50million euros in expanding production and modernization. In terms of magazines, the investment in the introduction of c130primera binding production line of Swiss Martini has been funded by EU funds

also supported by EU funds are the potzka printing plant in inofrotsvav and the interlak printing plant in chaenkuv, northwest Poland. Recently, the latter invested in the purchase of four Komori printers and Kodak nExpress digital printers with stereoscopic printing. Digital printing has also maintained a good development trend in Poland, and triggered the establishment of new service enterprises

packaging printing and green printing are promising.

the development of packaging and label printing in Poland is quite active. The Polish packaging market is estimated to have sales of 4.2 billion euros. There are 2300 enterprises, including multinational companies and local Polish enterprises, which are active in this market. The largest producer is can pack, which has 17 factories around the world. The company has two factories in Poland to produce metal and glass can packaging. The manufacturer worth mentioning is print Pak, a Polish enterprise with 60 years of tradition in printing cardboard packaging, advertising materials and labels. 80% of the business of this enterprise is pharmaceutical packaging, and it is the only enterprise that has obtained iso15378 standard certification in the production of pharmaceutical packaging in Poland. Poland also has more than 200 self-adhesive label printing enterprises engaged in export business

like other European countries, Poland also emphasizes that printing plants should invest not only in machines, but also in management systems and webtoprint systems. At present, many printing enterprises manage on the basis of ISO9000 certification. At the same time, more and more printing plants produce according to ISO14000 or FSC certification, and some enterprises also obtain green printing marks from Fujifilm company. At the end of 2009, the first Komori lithrones40 water free offset press was installed in a printing plant near Rhodes

however, it must be mentioned that the Polish printing industry has always been affected by the international financial crisis. The decrease in orders, the decline in payment confidence, the decline in exports and financing problems have all led to higher price reduction pressure and fierce market competition for Polish printing enterprises

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