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2022-08-09
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Silk screen printing brush industry will become a major importer song Yuzhe, President of China silk printing and Imaging Association, told the first Asia Pacific silk printing exhibition that in the next few years, China will become a major importer of silk Gold Medical: participating in the catheter like printing industry

at present, China's silk printing industry has maintained rapid development, and China's silk printing technology is in the stage of rapid popularization. Many new employees have joined the printing industry. Song Yuzhe said that the China printing and Imaging Association recently cooperated with the China statistical information consulting center to send questionnaires to more than 3400 silk printing factories. The results showed that 70% of the enterprises had an annual output value of about 1million yuan, which was significantly larger than that of previous years

song Yuzhe introduced that the sampling survey showed that the annual consumption of ink used for silk printing in China was about 20000 tons, of which about 54% were imported products; The annual consumption of silk in China is about 10million meters, of which about 62% is imported silk, and the annual consumption of photosensitive glue in China is about 4300 tons, of which about 57% is imported products. The larger the printing factory, the greater the proportion of imported products

according to the survey, all kinds of products in China's printing industry are sorted by the number of manufacturers: signs and panels, textiles and clothing, plastic sheets, advertising materials, printed circuits, light boxes, etc. With the development of the western region and the process of rural urbanization, the ceramic tile production line has a strong momentum of increase. Therefore, it is estimated that this product may consume 10000 silk plates per day in the country. In addition, China is a large country of ceramics. In addition to meeting a large amount of domestic demand, it also exports to more than 150 countries and regions. Therefore, the silk printing of ceramic fancy paper plays an important role in China's printing industry

from the situation of the printing machines used, among these large groups of silk printing enterprises surveyed, the frequency f1 of inflection point of manual and semi-automatic machines is still reduced, and the proportion of manufacturers using full-automatic machines is small, and most of those using full-automatic machines are ceramic fancy paper and packaging industries, both of which are monochrome machines. Large format multicolor printing machines are still blank nationwide

there is a gap between the technical level of domestic equipment and developed countries. The overall technical quality level of machines, equipment and materials is not as good as that of overseas products. In order to ensure the printing quality, larger silk printing plants mostly choose imported products. In recent years, some foreign companies with advanced technology have built manufacturing plants in China, which will help to improve the n=130 of some devices produced in China; Technical level of wood products

at present, changes in consumer attitudes have a great impact on the development of the printing industry. For example, the increasing awareness of advertising competition has led to an annual increase in advertising investment of 16% in recent years. Some emerging silk printing fields are growing at an extraordinary speed, not just faster speed, such as building materials, business card printing, CD-ROM, anti-counterfeiting printing and so on

song Yuzhe stressed that after 20 years of rapid development, China's printing industry has achieved technological popularization, industry growth and active market. It is expected that in the future, China's printing industry will maintain a high speed of development, gradually improve its technology, and further expand its industrial scale. There is no doubt that China's printing industry is pregnant with greater development space and potential markets

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