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The Economic Newsletter for the European Pringting Industry has been rebranded with Intergraf's new design and colours. It continues to feature short term statistics on turnover, graphic paper consumption and prices. It also includes pulp and recovered paper prices and, in this edition, energy prices.
Available to download is an excel file containing the official Producer Price Indices for the UK Printing Industry (SIC 18). Many PPIs are used in price variation clauses in trading contracts, or for internal current cost accounting.
At the recent Intergraf Social Dialogue Working Group, participants gave an overview of the economic situation of the printing industry in their countries. The ensuing discussion was comprehensive and enlightening.
This edition features the recent trends of the turnover of the European printing industry (including reproduction or recorded media). The turnover index now relates to the reference year of 2015. This edition also includes the developments in pulp prices and recovered paper prices, in addition to the regular European graphic paper consumption and prices.
The UK printing industry has rebounded from a lacklustre Q2 to match the positive Q3 forecast, as far as output volumes are concerned - upbeat expectations for Q4 reveal optimism, at least in the short-term future.