SinoFoldingCarton 2011: The Best Place to Meet Buyers of Post-Processing Equipment
Folding carton processing companies are the main buyers of post-processing equipment.
- (1888PressRelease) June 21, 2011 - With competition in the market intensifying, a growing number of companies are realizing the importance of attractive packaging in promoting brands and products. For this reason, folding carton is becoming an increasingly popular form of commodity packaging. As demand for folding carton grows, so carton producers need more production equipment.
Profits in the folding carton and packaging industry are higher than those from the traditional book and magazine industries. High-end folding carton and gift boxes generate especially large profits due to the complicated processing required to produce them. Several factors have made the manufacture of folding cartons a high-profit and high-output value industry. They are: the strong purchasing power of packaging companies; low costs; low wastage; high production efficiency and tremendous demand. In China, this last element, in particular, is attracting local and international folding carton and packaging producers to fight for market share. These manufacturers, coming from high-profit industries, combine high demand for equipment with strong purchasing power.
Equipment producers are now focusing on the packaging market because the industry has such vast potential. An internal survey of the 10 leading die-cutter producers showed that, 70 percent of their clients were packaging companies. Their strong purchasing power has made these companies target customers. The huge profits brought by the packaging industry has caused producers of paper surface treatment equipment, like laminating and varnishing machines, to target folding carton manufacturers as buyers.
With the continuous development of packaging products, manufacturers now demand a higher volume and quality of post-processing equipment. The makers of these machines, therefore, are continuously upgrading and researching new ways to develop post-processing equipment. This has become key to the packaging and printing industry.
SinoFoldingCarton 2011, to be held from July 6 to July 8 at Beijing's China International Exhibition Center, will bring together suppliers and buyers in the folding carton industry. During the event, post-processing equipment producers can meet target customers, talk to buyers with high purchasing intent and share best practice with nearly 13,000 trade visitors face-to-face. The event will also be a great channel via which post-processing equipment producers will learn about the demand, strategy and purchasing trends of buyers in the industry.
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