The hottest ink industry has entered the golden ag

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The ink industry has entered the "golden age"

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the ink industry has entered the "golden age"

July 26, 2012

[China paint information is calling for energy conservation and emission reduction all over the world] under the current weak situation of many chemical products, the ink market has shown a trend of rising across the board, and the prices of four major ink products are rising. Among them, the price of ordinary offset printing ink, which accounts for 50% of the market share, is 25000 ~ 35000 yuan (ton price, the same below), an increase of 10% year-on-year; Intaglio ink was 16000 ~ 25000 yuan, an increase of 5% year on year; The hole ink was 45000 ~ 10500 yuan, an increase of 5% year on year; Flexographic ink was 20000 ~ 30000 yuan, an increase of 3% year-on-year

data shows that in recent years, China's ink manufacturing industry has developed rapidly. In 2010, the total output of ink in China was 589900 tons, surpassing Germany and Japan for the first time, ranking second in the world. In 2011, China's ink and similar products manufacturing industry achieved a total industrial output value of more than 30.5 billion yuan, an increase of 17% over the previous year; Sales reached more than 30.3 billion yuan, an increase of 18% over the previous year. The industry generally believes that China's ink industry is in the golden period of development

experts from CIC Consulting Industry Research Center believe that there are two main reasons for the rapid growth of the ink industry: first, the great development of China's printing market has directly driven the ink manufacturing industry into a period of rapid development opportunities; Second, since the late 1980s, the world's famous ink manufacturers have begun to invest capital and technology in China, establish production bases and expand their product markets, so that China's ink industrial structure has undergone changes, the product structure has been adjusted and innovated, and the ink production capacity has been improved

it is learned that at present, world ink production enterprises such as sunchem, Toyo ink, Flint ink, Donghua ink, etc. have established ink production plants in China, while domestic established ink enterprises Shanghai Peony, coswood ink, Zhejiang New Oriental ink, emerging enterprise bright ink, etc. are also growing at a rate of 10% per year

in the past ten years, great changes have taken place in the quality and quantity of ink products in China, but China is still a developing country, and the per capita consumption of printed matter is still very low. Relying on its innovation and huge market potential, it won the JEC Innovation Award, which is only 5% of the per capita consumption of developed countries, and the use of ink is also very low. In the next 5 ~ 10 years, China's national economy will still maintain a high speed of development, and the great development of ink is also obvious

in the short term, it is impossible for printing to completely separate from the traditional process. Some experts pointed out that traditional ink has at least 30 years of development in China, Germany, Japan and other countries. In the next 30 years, the main development directions of world inks are water-based inks, UV inks, vegetable oil inks, etc. Water based inks are environmentally friendly, low toxic, nonflammable, and cheaper than solvent inks. They will be the darling of the future market. At present, UV ink is mainly used in cigarette bag decoration and printing industry. It has the characteristics of fast drying speed, excellent color and gloss, and good fixation force, but it has high cost and certain toxicity, and is not suitable for long-term operation of printing workers. However, with the innovation of ink technology, water-based UV ink has appeared in the market, which improves the environmental protection of the original UV ink. At present, compared with Germany and Japan, there is still a gap of 10 to 15 years between the technical properties of UV inks in China and they need to catch up

vegetable oil series inks are now in the development stage all over the world. This kind of ink contains vegetable oil components, such as linseed oil, soybean oil, etc., which can replace petroleum components. For example, Suzhou bright Ink Co., Ltd. launched pure vegetable oil-based ink in 2011, and Tianjin Toyo Ink Co., Ltd. just launched a series of 100% vegetable oil ink products in April, which do not contain any petroleum series solvents and will not produce VOC, and are popular in the market

at present, the main task of ink in China is to adapt to the development of digital technology. Judging from the drupa International Printing Exhibition held in May 2012, the future printing will undoubtedly be dominated by digital printing. Digital printing reduces plate making and other links, but it is still inseparable from ink. Printing ink is mainly ink-jet and water-based ink. The digital printing industry is a newly emerging industry, and many products are not yet mature, such as the poor adhesion of water-based ink on the printing of packaging paper, and the color is not bright enough. Because of this, China and developed countries are basically at the same starting line, and the development space often adopts No. 20, No. 35 or No. 45 seamless steel pipe material manufacturing room is relatively large

insiders believe that the development of China's ink industry in the next few years, in addition to increasing products, should pay more attention to adjusting product structure, improving production concentration, increasing research and development efforts, improving scientific and technological content, product quality, and product stability, so as to meet the needs of today's multi-color, high-speed, fast drying, pollution-free, and low consumption modern printing

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