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A major report covering the print and publishing industry in Europe, known as the European Print Industry Report, EPIR has been published by GAIN.The European consultancy group GAIN (Graphic Arts Intelligence Network) has today published a major report covering the print and publishing industry in Europe, known as the European Print Industry Report, EPIR.
The report is a comprehensive, accurate and up to date guide for companies supplying products or services into major European countries or regions. The sectors researched include Print and Publishing, Commercial Colour, Labels, Folding Cartons, Quick Printing, Sheet and Web Offset, Flexo, Gravure, Screen, Digital and more.
The data for each sector is by country and includes numbers of companies, production volumes, the trends, forecasts, adoption of digital printing, key concerns, market opportunities and more. Additional sections contain vital information on consumables, Inks, Paper and Board and Chemicals. The price of the full report is GBP 980.
Chris Baker, the UK member of GAIN said, “The report was first published in 2005, but over the past six months has been significantly updated, taking into account current economic realities. The comprehensive 350 page report includes 120 tables of data and forecasts through to 2013.” He continued, “Those companies in possession of the report are in a much stronger position to compete their way out of these tough times. I wouldn’t want to be making business plans in this climate without this data.”