The golden period of Quanzhou printing industry is

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The golden period of Quanzhou printing industry is coming

Quanzhou has quietly accelerated the development of the printing industry. On March 21, it was learned from Cizao Town, Jinjiang that the Dagong mountain light industry project area in Cizao Town, covering an area of more than 3000 mu, has been re planned as Jinjiang Printing City, and the planned area has been further expanded to 6000 mu. Not long ago, the Fujian provincial government just issued the guiding opinions on accelerating the development of the printing industry in Fujian Province (hereinafter referred to as the opinions), pointing out that Fujian Province will support the construction of printing industrial parks in Fuzhou, Quanzhou, Xiamen and other coastal areas, and introduce Taiwan's leading printing enterprises and their upstream and downstream supporting enterprises. With the first launch of Jinjiang Printing City, Quanzhou will gain the first mover advantage in attracting printing enterprises from Hong Kong and Taiwan

On March 20, at the economic analysis meeting of Jinjiang City at the beginning of 2008, yangyimin, Secretary of Jinjiang Municipal Party committee, issued a strict order, requiring Cizao town to speed up the construction of Jinjiang Printing City, and said it was urgent

Yang Yimin's urgency is easy to understand. According to the requirements of the opinions, Fujian Province will plan to support several printing industrial parks in Fuzhou, Xiamen and Quanzhou, and deepen the docking of printing industries between Fujian and Taiwan. After the publication of the opinions, the printing industrial parks around the country were moved by the wind and began to think of leading printing enterprises in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Yangyimin believes that in this case, the distance between the markings is also different. If Jinjiang printing city cannot take the lead, it is likely to encounter obstacles from other regions in terms of investment promotion

in order to achieve a successful start, Jinjiang City has also taken great pains in the construction of the printing city. This can be seen from the overall transformation of the originally planned Dagong mountain light industry project area into Jinjiang Printing City, and the expansion of the area by nearly twice

it is reported that before becoming a printing city, Dagong mountain light industry project area had been in operation for a long time. As early as February2006, the regulatory detailed planning of the project area had been approved by Jinjiang Municipal Bureau of planning and construction. The original plan mainly introduced projects such as textile and clothing, shoemaking, food and beverage, electronic machinery, packaging and printing, warehousing and logistics

last year, the Jinjiang Municipal Government conducted an inspection on printing enterprises in Shenzhen, Hong Kong and other places, which completely changed the development track of Dagong mountain light industry project area. According to zhangmourong, deputy secretary of the Party committee of Cizao Town, Jinjiang City, in October last year, hongyuquan, vice mayor of Jinjiang City, led a team to inspect printing enterprises in Guangdong, Shenzhen and other places, and found that a large number of printing and packaging giants of Jinjiang nationality were active in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. After returning, he considered re planning the Dagong mountain light industry project area as a printing city to attract these printing giants of Jinjiang nationality to invest in their hometown, Drive the development of the entire Jinjiang printing industry

this assumption became a reality at the beginning of this year. According to zhangmourong, the newly planned Jinjiang printing city covers an area of nearly 6 hectares, which will cause serious defects in the plating layer on the upper edges of the parts. It is divided into four functional areas: printing and packaging production base, commercial and residential area, market logistics area and standard workshop

The printing industry in Quanzhou has ushered in a golden period. In fact, in Quanzhou, it is not only Jinjiang that focuses on the printing industry. As early as the middle of last year, Shishi City has also started the planning and construction of the printing and packaging industrial base. According to its planning, Shishi printing and packaging industrial base will invest 500million yuan and strive to be completed and put into operation next year

compared with mainstream industries such as shoes and clothing, although there are more than 500 printing enterprises in Jinjiang with an output value of more than 4billion, it is still a relatively marginalized industry. Ke Tiancong, general manager of aipai International Group, 6 It is believed that the printing industry in Quanzhou has developed with the development of local industrial products. Up to now, the product structure is still relatively single and the industrial structure is converging, mainly providing simple and low-quality packaging services for industrial product enterprises

this single and convergent industrial structure eliminates the production idea of low-grade products in the whole industry; If it is still unable to eliminate the excess fault capacity, resulting in disorderly competition, it is seriously subject to the upstream and downstream industries. At the same time, due to the lack of production capacity of high-grade products, many Quanzhou products can only be processed outside the province

with the enthusiasm of the governments of Jinjiang, Shishi and other places for building printing and packaging industrial bases, Ke Tiancong believes that the printing industry in Quanzhou will accelerate the gathering. At the same time, with the introduction of domestic printing giants and upstream and downstream supporting industries, while intensifying market competition, it will make up for the lack of Quanzhou printing industry in the high-end market, drive the improvement of the whole industry, and usher in a golden period of development

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