PRIMIR

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PRIMIRPrint Industries Market Information and Research Organization (est. 2005; Reston, VA)
PRIMIRProduct Improvement Management Information Report
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The PRIMIR study indicates that the North American tag & label industry dollar volume, currently at $12.9 billion, is expected to grow at a rate of 1.6% CAGR 2013-2018, with some segments doing better than others.
PRIMIR says that through 2018, some segments will do better than others, projecting sleeve and inmold labels to grow 3.4% and 2.9%, respectively, while glue-applied labels are forecast to decline -0.2% CAGR during that same time period.
Aunque pueda parecer extrano, nuestros resultados no son totalmente contradictorios a las dos principales teorias sobre adquisicion del lenguaje (TILN y PRIMIR), ya que ambas citan la experiencia como factor determinante para la reorganizacion perceptiva.
An informative overview podcast (http://tinyurl.com/pejclpz), by LPC study authors, can be accessed complimentary at the PRIMIR website (www.npes.org/primirresearch) on the "Tag & Label Printing Trends" page.
According to Steve Metcalf, president and CEO of Air Motion Systems | AMS UV, who served as co-chair of the PRIMIR task force guiding this effort, "In 2012, about 15% of all printing equipment and supplies expenditures were spent on energy-curing ink technology.
Themed "Print's Evolution--Changing Markets, Firms, Technologies and Applications," organizers say the PRIMIR 2014 Summer Meeting will be packed with data and content including the new PRIMIR study "Tag & Label Printing Trends." Jennifer Dochstader and David Walsh, Founding Partners of LPC will explore the tag & label market, providing insights about tags, pressure sensitive paper and film labels, variable information processing (VIP) labels, glue-applied labels, shrink labels, non-pressure sensitive, non-shrink labels, and In-mold labels.
Overall, of the $48 billion that PRIMIR. believes these segments to hold, it estimates 70.8% of its packaging sales are used domestically.
While it won't be 'business as usual' in the newspaper industry, opportunities do await firms in the industry supply chain who are willing to think 'outside of the box.' For more information about PRIMIR, contact Jackie Bland; (703) 264-7200; through e-mail: jbland@primir.org; web: www.primir.org.
To learn more, PRIMIR commissioned Sherburne & Associates with J Zarwan Partners to explore their business practices.
Strategies in late 2006 and circulated exclusively to PRIMIR members last year, PRIMIR is now offering this study to the printing industry at large.
A new Print Industries Market Information and Research Organization (PRIMIR) study, Magazine Printing and Publishing 2006-2011, provides an understanding of the trends, market influences and competition that will shape the magazine printing industry to 2011 and beyond.
"According to a recently conducted global PRIMIR Study (by Pira), packaging represents the largest element of the North American print market and has been growing at an annual rate of 4-5 percent since 2001," said Ms.