InPrint USA Releases Survey and Report On Market Opportunities for Inkjet Print Technology in Packaging
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL – Anticipated growth for industrial, digital inkjet print technology for production in functional, decorative and packaging printing sectors remains strong and buoyant, according to a new survey and report produced by I.T. Strategies for InPrint USA: The Industrial Print Show. 74% of survey respondents felt that the packaging sector has the greatest amount of expected growth in 2017.
InPrint USA defines industrial print as ‘using print technologies within the process of manufacturing’. It refers to a procedure whereby ink or another substance is printed onto a product for either functional or decorative purposes, like packaging.
The survey to gather the research for the report analysis was conducted in January of 2017 with 162 respondents from around the world. The survey and report were designed to gather insights on the growth potential of inkjet industrial print in the packaging sector, analyze market penetration to date, and identify any challenges that may prevent further adoption.
The report offers analytical insight from Mark Hanley, founder of IT Strategies and Simon Edwards, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Tonejet, the Global Packaging Partner for InPrint. Hanley and Edwards will be sharing additional market insight and case studies on the industrial inkjet market at the Global Industrial Inkjet Conference at InPrint USA in Orlando, FL April 25 – 27, 2017.
“The value of print for packaging globally is $296 Billion,” said Hanley. “Digital currently represents $3.26 Billion. So rates for growth are set against a relatively low level of digital penetration thus far.”
Survey respondents feel speed and flexibility are the main reasons inkjet industrial print solutions will play a larger role in packaging in the near future.
“Much of the discussion and interest thus far seems to have been focused on the possibilities of personalization as the kind of ‘sexy way’ to showcase the value of digital,” Edward said. “But the logistical cost for doing this is way too high. In my view, the value is not in personalization but in the variability and efficiency digital provides production.”
Some other highlights of the survey and report include:
Request your complimentary copy of the full survey and report at http://www.inprintshow.com/usa/industrial-print/white-paper/. Learn more about the industrial print industry from leading experts at InPrint USA in Orlando, Florida April 25-27, 2017.
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