From apprenticeship programmes that ensure companies attract high quality entrants, to development training that guarantees the industry benefits from experienced and highly trained employees. BPIF Training have it covered.
BPIF monitor the political agenda and identify threats and challenges to the industry. Our work has secured funding and legislative change worth millions to the industry. In addition we provide independent and relevant research used by the industry and government.
There will be a moderate increase in growth in the global print market across the next 5 years, as the industry adjusts to new product demands, more flexible business models, and a shift in geographic emphasis. Article updated with more UK context.
Download an excel file containing the official Producer Price Indices for the UK Printing Industry (SIC 18). This excel file shows the input and output price indices separately. However, it does also graphically combine the two indices so as to depict the relative change between them.
The commercial print market in Europe has both challenges and opportunities and individual companies must decide how to adapt to deal with this. Print no longer exists in isolation and it has to operate in a fast-changing world - but there is a bright future for the sector for those who respond in an innovative way to the changing tide.
Access the latest edition of the Economic Newsletter for the European Printing Industry for information on industry turnover, paper consumption, as well as pricing data for paper, pulp, recovered paper and energy.
The third quarter of 2019 was a disappointing one for the UK printing industry - both output and orders failed to live up to expectations and there was no repeat of the seasonal boost experienced last year.