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2022-09-21
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Overview of India's printing industry

although India is the world's largest democracy, its silk printing industry still cannot reach the level of western countries. However, in the 1970s and 1980s, with the prevalence of silk printing in western countries, opportunities were everywhere, and the silk printing industry in Asia also reached a new level

since India's independence in 1947, with its strong labor force and respectable working attitude, almost all its industries have begun to recover, grow and flourish. More than 500 foreign OEM companies and internationally renowned trademark enterprises have set up factories in India, and their products not only meet the needs of the Indian domestic market, but also exported abroad. This combination at home and abroad has made India a production and processing base for many products, especially some high-end commercial and industrial products

major importers of equipment and consumables have witnessed this significant economic growth process. At the same time, they have also recognized some deficiencies in the domestic market, which may also stimulate domestic manufacturers to improve production quality to meet customers' continuously improving quality and product requirements

it is estimated that the economic growth of India is about 10% - 15%, which is very surprising under the current cultural differences in India. It can be said that almost every aspect of India is not very satisfactory: India has a population of more than one billion, but the gap between the rich and the poor is very obvious. Moreover, whether in faith, culture or industry, the most difficult thing for India to overcome is its own language barrier. India has 18 official languages and hundreds of different dialects. However, because of this, English has become the final choice, which is well known by the people all over the country and eliminates the communication barriers with foreign countries

India has 25000 professional silk printing enterprises, but only about 10% of them are major printing production enterprises. In addition, 40000 printing enterprises in India have silk printing equipment and business. Although only a small number of large-scale enterprises in India have digital printing capabilities, other enterprises are also constantly accepting and introducing digital printing. According to incomplete statistics, India has about 150 large-scale silk printing production enterprises, more than 7000 textile printing enterprises, and 1million small silk printing enterprises (only 3-4 people). Therefore, without professional evaluation, we can see the prospect of India's printing industry

it can be said that India should be characterized by "catch-up". The development of printing in India is nearly 1-2 centuries later than that in western countries. However, despite this, printing has become the mainstream in India's domestic advertising industry and gradually began to occupy a dominant position in pop/pos. Moreover, the printing industry has developed rapidly in the digital field, high-end commercial products and industrial application products. In order to meet the needs of customers, digital printing has become an important supplement to plate printing, which is quite beneficial to diversified short plate printing

however, the fastest growth of the printing industry may be in high-end commercial advertising printing and industrial applications, such as image gold plating, automobile transfer decal printing, OEM labels/logos and trademarks, which makes the cleaning method: refuel the fuel tank of the horizontal tensioner. More and more foreign companies have settled and developed in India

with the fierce market competition, recently, mikerebertson, chairman of SGIA, found that in western countries, 20% of the silk printing enterprises completed 80% of the turnover, while in India, 10% of the silk printing enterprises completed 90% of the turnover. In this case, Indian enterprises also hope to invest in some advanced equipment and production technology to extract useful signals from signals in order to highlight the characteristics of disturbing large-scale testing machines, in order to obtain high quality, high productivity and low production cost. However, capital has become an obstacle to their self-development

another phenomenon is that foreign processors continue to reduce production costs. Although this phenomenon is very common in the west, it does not exist in India. Moreover, India is troubled by quality, not quantity. Indian silk printing enterprises have exported their products to China and Japan, and they hope to have more export opportunities. They are also trying to improve their product quality to reach the international level. In order to compete with western enterprises, many companies have begun to apply for ISO certification, including international certifications such as ISO 14000 and iso/ts 16949. Indian silk printing enterprises hope to succeed and are willing to make unremitting efforts for this goal. In fespa 2005, Indian silk printing enterprises won many awards. Outside India, few people can really understand India's silk printing level

with the investment of new technology, imagine entering a dilapidated factory. You will be shocked by the working pictures in the factory. A row of Apple computers are running various image processing and design software, together with a batch of the latest scanners, image typesetters and large-scale digital inkjet printers. All the machines and equipment are running 24 hours a day. No one would expect that under the shabby appearance of the factory, the internal equipment has reached such a high level, which I believe will also be envied by many Western prepress companies and printing houses

unlike other countries and regions, the business model of Indian silk printing enterprises is traders, not suppliers. Nevertheless, suppliers still play a very important role in improving product quality standards, but very stable. 3.5 unfortunately, there is a very important factor that is gradually endangering the development of Indian silk printing - a commonly neglected service. Suppliers hope to promote the printing level of Indian silk printing enterprises to be equivalent to that of Western companies, and break through the range of low-end products. If this development can be achieved, suppliers will start to seriously consider how to improve after-sales service. This may be an opportunity, but it needs special attention

without exception, Indian silk printing enterprises also very much hope to let the world see their own advantages. The convening of fespa India exhibition will give them great encouragement. At the same time, manufacturers and visitors from all over the world will also begin to pay attention to the Indian market, including all kinds of delicious dishes that make people linger

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