The hottest South Korea is still in the forefront

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South Korea is still in the forefront of the printing electronics industry and will enter the global market

today, South Korea is still the leader of the global printing industry. Those in the printing electronics industry will be favored by more and more businesses, and the utilization rate of degradable plastics is low. As the world gradually enters the IT era, Korean government departments are actively supporting the development of the printing electronics industry. The printing electronics industry mainly includes LCD, PDP, OLED, electronic paper, packaging technology (RFID), energy (solar cells and batteries) and their application fields

the market size of Korean printing industry and related industries is about 800 billion won. There are more than 16000 printing enterprises in South Korea, of which more than 700 are concentrated in Seoul. The proportion of printing enterprises located in and around Seoul is 64.7%, which shows that Korean printing industry is a typical urban industry. As of 2012, most printing enterprises in South Korea are small and professional enterprises with less than 10 employees. In the central region, printing enterprises have the highest density. These companies with less than 10 employees can provide customers with one-stop services, including planning and design, prepress, printing and post press processing. However, large-scale printing enterprises with more than 50 people also provide the same type of services

in terms of printing equipment, although prepress and printing equipment are highly dependent on imported products, paper, ink and inkjet post-processing equipment are mainly based on mechanical properties, which are more important than other physical properties, depending on domestic products. In terms of post press processing, film covering and glazing coating equipment, including folding machines, sealing machines and paper cutting machines, many Korean brands have been promoted to the global and domestic markets

in the future, the development of South Korea's printing industry will show five characteristics: the trend towards higher quality; Standardization; Eco friendly; Small batch and product diversification; Revitalize online business through network services. Due to the development of many major industries in South Korea in the past decade, the demand for high-quality prints is also gradually increasing. The improvement of income level has also accelerated the development of this trend

in order to meet this growing demand, printing enterprises have increased equipment and R & D investment in order to produce higher quality products. This trend has also led to the development of on-line production in the field of post press processing, and efforts have been made to carry out quality control in the production process. More and more enterprises invest in offset printing machines. This has led to the automation and standardization of work processes, and has played a positive role in building a globally competitive technical equipment and human resources team. The four domestic lithium battery material related enterprises are expected to usher in global competitive opportunities. In short, the Korean printing industry has been fully prepared for the global market with high-quality printing, standardization and eco-friendly

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