PRIMIR 2017-18 Market Research Lineup: Revealing Studies to Advance Your Business
PRIMIR is a global source of data, analysis, and trend information about print and related communications industries through timely research produced by the industry, for the Industry! PRIMIR (Booth 3255), the market research unit of NPES, annually provides more than $400,000 in research studies to members, including relevant market data and detailed information on graphic communications and related fields.
PRIMIR’s approach in conducting in-depth studies is unsurpassed in quality and actionable market application. The launch of “PRIMIR 2.0” advances with the release of five new market research studies.
Worldwide Market for Print 2.0 Global Opportunities in Packaging (2011-2020)
Focused on packaging, this study’s geographical scope includes 26 countries for market sizing and forecasts, with six countries selected for “deep-dive analysis”—all identified as the largest markets, or fastest growing countries to provide critical market intelligence needs. The study’s benchmark baseline provides 2011/12 - 2015/16 data, and annual five-year forecasts through 2020/21.
In-line Finishing Solutions in the Digital and Offset World
This study investigates available solutions for conventional and digital presses, outlining the pros and cons for each. Digital solutions are offering larger formats, speeds are increasing, and finishing solutions must keep up with these changes. This study covers various options and scenarios where in-line finishing has been implemented, and future trends for in-line finishing. It focuses on the U.S. market, and on in-line finishing solutions in cut-sheet and roll-fed devices in the digital and conventional markets.
Megatrends in Printing Applications
This reexamination of the 2010 “Megatrends in Digital Printing Applications” study expands to include all print with the time horizon to 2007, before the 2008-2009 recession, and projects out to 2020 to provide a comprehensive view of print’s past, present, and future for North America (U.S. and Canada) and worldwide. The report identifies and quantifies the decline in total page volume, changing composition of print, and co-existence of analog and digital print technologies.