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The Effects of Globalisation on the Printing Industry


The printing industry is reacting to a rapidly changing economic and political environment.


Everywhere in the world printing companies adopt modern technologies and optimise their processes to be fit for the increasingly international and competitive market for printed matter.


The effects of globalisation are the same for all printing companies:


A demand for higher print quality in local markets.


Local companies demand high quality packaging and   brochures for their export markets.


International companies contract on an international level

 and have their products printed simultaneously in many



More expensive high-quality paper and carton is used.


More colors are applied, most jobs become full color

 (4-color) jobs, and many jobs comprise 5 or even more

 colors plus coating.


Printing forms become more complex and more difficult

 to print.


Qualified press operators are hard to find and expensive

 to employ.


Jobs have to be done faster, customers expect the

 shortest delivery times.


Companies tend to reduce the number of copies of a run

 and prefer to print on demand in order to lower storage

 costs, to make changes in brochures faster and thus react

 faster to changing market demands.


What can be done? Where are the chances?


All printers feel the rising pressure of changing markets and they are alarmed. Many of them assume that only a complete renewal of all their technical equipment involving a large investment would enable them to be safe in the future. This assumption is, in most cases, not correct.


Large potential can be realised by simply optimising your processes to make sure that costly errors, repetitions and wasted time and materials are avoided. The use of control elements and control instruments make print quality control much easier for the expert.


Benefit and additional profits created by standardising processes with FAG


Considerable time savings

Higher production capacity

Considerable cost savings

Optimised print quality

More consistent print quality

Reproducible quality

Less dependency on the experience of individual operators

Elimination of errors at an early stage

Access to international groups and print buyers

Access to local customers exporting to international markets

Higher reputation in local markets

Better competitive position

Increased customer loyalty because of assured quality and

  short lead times


This information leaflet gives only a brief overview of the large FAG product range. More devices and instruments for standardisation and streamlining of printing workflows and printing processes are shown on our website, see


For direct personal advice, please send an email with your request to .

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