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2022-08-01
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In 2016, North American printing enterprises were optimistic about the industry

release date: Source: editor in charge of China's packaging and printing industry: litchi Views: 2100 copyright and disclaimer

core tip: in early 2016, several mergers and acquisitions of North American printing enterprises attracted wide attention in the industry. After the successful acquisition of migia Printing Co., Ltd., Alfa perly company of Canada transferred some of migia's assets to the company's production base in February. Image packaging international, a leading us beverage packaging company, recently made another move to acquire walteranderson, a US folding carton manufacturer, following the previous acquisition of G bokos in Mexico and kalopack in Australia

[China Packaging News] in early 2016, 4) several mergers and acquisitions of printing enterprises in North America turned on the power supply, which attracted wide attention in the industry. After the successful acquisition of migia Printing Co., Ltd., Alfa perly company of Canada transferred some of migia's assets to the company's production base in February. Image packaging international, a leading us beverage packaging company, recently made another move to acquire Walt Anderson, a US folding carton manufacturer, following the previous acquisition of G bokos in Mexico and kalopack in Australia

in view of the continued warming of the M & a trend this year, packaging and printing magazine published an editorial saying that this trend is encouraging. For the first time in a long time, the North American printing industry has seen more buyers than sellers in the market. In 2016, the optimism of printing enterprises in North America towards the industry continued to rebound

as far as the buyer's market is concerned, although the main driving force of most enterprise acquisitions in the past two years is to achieve enterprise growth, there are also some novice owners who have completed mergers and acquisitions who are senior executives of printing enterprises. This is really a miracle material - it is 200 times stronger than steel; Better conductivity than copper; And I heard that there is the highest thermal conductivity known to mankind. They want to have their own company. In addition, some private equity investors who can seize profit opportunities are entering new markets and establishing their positions through acquisitions

for the seller's market, more of them begin to understand why being acquired can be a major step forward in the enterprise life cycle. For owners who are qualified to be merged into a going concern, after being acquired by a larger printing enterprise, they have more market space, and the sharp growth of their own business is difficult to achieve by independent operation. The sharp increase of M & A events in the printing industry in North America in the past two years is not only a sign of the sound development of the industry, but also indicates that printing enterprises increasingly favor M & A as an enterprise development opportunity

however, not all enterprises can achieve development through acquisition. Some sellers in the most favorable position succeed in PepsiCo. They have a decisive influence in the main business market, which makes it difficult for buyers to resist them. Unfortunately, there are few real-time experimental curves in this category, and enterprises dedicated to traditional product fields can be found, such as book, newspaper and newspaper printing enterprises. In addition, large but unprofitable companies are also struggling, and few buyers are willing to invest in a company that can barely break even

most of the most disadvantaged printing enterprises are traditional lithographic printing plants with ordinary commodity printing production lines. For them, acquisition means disappearance. Companies in this predicament are unable to invest in technological innovation, and many fail to survive the downturn in the industry. Not only can it rarely attract buyers, but it can only go bankrupt and liquidate or resell the tangible assets of the enterprise when the business of the company is gradually reduced

the past 2015 was the strongest year for the printing industry in North America. There were some surprises in this year. One is the increasing participation of private equity investors. A few years ago, these venture capitalists would not participate in the M & A of the printing industry as they do now, which is a sign of the industry's regaining confidence

it is predicted that the printing industry and the economy as a whole will maintain moderate but significant growth in 2016, and the restructuring and M & A among enterprises will continue for some time

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