About The Printing Industry
Companies in this industry engage in printing on apparel and textile products, glass, metal, paper, and plastic; they may also provide support services such as typesetting, platemaking, and book binding. Major companies include Consolidated Graphics, Quad/Graphics, and RR Donnelley (all based in the US), as well as Dai Nippon Printing and Toppan Printing (Japan), Transcontinental (Canada), and PMP (Australia).
The US commercial printing industry includes about 28,000 companies with combined annual revenue of about $80 billion and is expected to experience a low growth rate over the next two years. Replacement of printed materials by electronic media and slow growth in corporate spending are expected to restrict demand for printing services.
Digital technology has changed the competitive landscape of the commercial printing market. Prices for digital color pages are falling below offset printing prices and companies that fall behind in the shift to digital printing are at risk, especially in the pre-media portion of printing.
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