Printing Shipments Report Available from WhatTheyThink.com's Economics and Research Center
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
March 13, 2007 -- Lexington, KY -- WhatTheyThink.com, the leading online publisher serving the graphic communications industry, has announced the availability of a new report entitled “Monthly U.S. Printing Shipments”. The report is available for immediate download. by visiting www.WTTstore.com. “January 2007 was a good month for commercial printing shipments, up $343 million on a current dollar basis compared to January 2006,” said Dr. Joe Webb, Director of WhatTheyThink.com’s Economics and Research Center. “December shipments were revised up by yet another $12 million. This represents nine consecutive months of positive comparisons to the prior year. Current dollar shipments were up +4.9%.” The report contains U.S. printing shipments in dollars for 2003 to the latest 2007 data in current and inflation-adjusted terms. The report, which includes audio analysis from Dr. Joe Webb, includes a discussion of major trends in volumes and seasonal factors and forecasts for 2007, 2008, and 2009. The cost of the report is $50.00. Click here for more information. WhatTheyThink.com’s Economics and Research Center contains a mix of free and premium content for graphic arts and publishing executives. It offers an online library of primary research reports, executive summaries analyzing economic trends, and related industry columns, videos, podcasts, and webinars. For more information about the Economics and Research Center, click here. About WhatTheyThink.com WhatTheyThink.com is the printing and publishing industry's leading online media organization; offering a wide range of publications delivering unbiased, real-time market intelligence, industry news, economic and trend analysis, peer-to-peer communication, and special reports about emerging technology and critical events. Serving a membership base of more than 55,000, WhatTheyThink.com also hosts webinars and live events as well as delivering content through a syndication program which delivers content directly to related websites and through RSS.