Analysis of the current situation and development trend of the paper printing and packaging industry in China's consumer electronics products
I. Analysis of the development status of the global paper packaging industry
In the world, packaging products are mainly divided into four categories: paper packaging, plastic packaging, metal packaging and glass packaging products. Among them, paper packaging is widely used, low cost, easy to handle, easy to store and recycle. Advantage is one of the most widely used packaging formats. With the improvement of production technology and technical level, paper packaging products can replace wood packaging, plastic packaging, glass packaging, aluminum packaging, steel packaging, metal packaging and other packaging forms, and the application range is wider and wider. The paper packaging can be recycled, green and environmentally friendly, and it is also in line with the development direction of the circular economy.
In recent years, the global paper packaging output value has been growing steadily year by year, and has continuously become the largest packaging material in the world. According to the statistics of the world packaging organization, the global paper packaging output value in 2009 was about 216 billion US dollars.
Second, the status quo of China's paper printing and packaging industry
The paper printing and packaging industry, as a supporting industry for a variety of manufacturing industries, often changes with the layout of the downstream industry. With the continuous integration of the world economy, the global manufacturing production base has gradually shifted to China since the 1990s, which has driven China's packaging industry to develop rapidly and become an important producer, consumer and exporter of packaging products in the world.
At present, China has established a modern packaging industry system with paper, plastic, glass, metal, packaging and printing, packaging machinery, and a certain degree of modern technology and equipment. According to statistics, at the end of 2009, the total output value of China's packaging industry surpassed Japan for the first time, becoming the world's second largest packaging industry country after the United States. The total industrial output value increased from 240.1 billion yuan in 2002 to 100 billion yuan in 2009. The growth rate was as high as 22.61%, which was 10 percentage points higher than the national average industrial development level. In the 42 industrial sectors of the national economy, the packaging industry has risen to the 14th.
Among them, the output value of the paper packaging sub-sector has remained at around 30% for the past eight years, with the highest contribution rate of output value and the largest contribution to overall profit. Taking 2009 as an example, the paper packaging industry contributed 36% to the overall profit of China's packaging industry, which is the largest source of profit for China's packaging industry.
3. Analysis of the status quo and development trend of paper printing and packaging industry in China's consumer electronics products
China is one of the world's most important production bases for consumer electronic products. Since the 1990s, China has attracted a large number of consumer electronic products by virtue of its good manufacturing industry supporting resources and strong manufacturing cost advantages. Multinational companies and well-known brands in manufacturing have successively laid out production in China. Under the background of China's growing economic strength and steady improvement of people's consumption, the demand for consumer electronic products is increasing, and the life cycle of consumer electronic products is shortening, and the market holdings are huge, which has promoted the rapid development of China's consumer electronics products. development of.
According to the statistics of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, the total output value of China's consumer electronics industry in 2005 was 893.7 billion yuan. In 2009, it has increased to 1.448 billion yuan, with a compound annual growth rate of 12.82%. In the same year, the output value of the consumer electronics industry in the total output value of China's electronic information industry increased to 24.29%, becoming one of the most important sub-fields in China's electronic information industry.