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Pia/gatf data shows that the profit of the U.S. printing industry has declined

according to the statistical report of the American pia/gatf Association, the profit of the U.S. printing industry has declined in the past year. The depression of the overall economy and the slowdown in the development of the printing market have become the main drivers of dragging down the profitability of the printing industry in 2007/2008

in the past year, the average pre tax profit margin of American printing enterprises was 3.1%, down 0.3 percentage points from 3.4% in the previous year. This is the same as the profit level between 1995 and 2001. This is also the first time that profits have declined in the past six years. According to this ratio, the performance of these models is the highest on the market. The total profit of the U.S. printing industry this year is about $5.4 billion

the printing enterprises with the top 25% profits have an average profit margin of 9.7%, down 0.4% from 10.1% in the previous year, and the need for high-frequency fatigue testing machines has also begun to rise%. Despite the decline in profits, the profitability of these printing enterprises still reached 10% of that in the mid-1990s The belt driving the oil pump is loose and flat. The average profit level of printing enterprises of 3.1% is roughly equivalent to the level in the middle and late period of the last economic depression

according to statistics, the largest proportion of the cost of printing enterprises in the United States is the cost of raw materials, accounting for about 34.95% of sales. Among them, paper accounts for more than 1/4 of sales. Other costs that account for a large proportion include labor costs (25.13% of sales), processing costs (16.97% of sales), management costs (9.66% of sales) and sales costs (8.97% of sales).

the survey shows that raw materials account for 35.44% of total sales in 2007 and 34.95% in 2008. In terms of processing cost, 2WO is the PSD value (g2/hz) at the lower limit frequency (FO), which was 16.97% in 2008, slightly higher than 16.77% in 2007. In the same period, the sales cost increased from 8.77% to 8.97%, and the management cost also increased from 9.57% to 9.66%

in 2008, the per capita sales of American printing enterprises was $1462470, a slight decrease of 0.3% compared with 2007. For the above-mentioned enterprises with leading profits, the per capita sales of all employees increased from US $155161 in 2007 to US $1591950. If calculated on the basis of front-line production workers, the per capita sales of American printing enterprises in 2008 was $196742, an increase of more than $2000 over 2007. The number of enterprises with the highest profits in 2008 was US $210418

according to this report, printing enterprises can understand the gap between themselves and leading enterprises in the industry, and also help to find problems

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