But consumables sales and revenue falls sharply, as does the average number of printed pages.
Category: Market Reports & Forecasts
Hybrid work, once thought to be a temporary means of enabling enterprises to continue business operations through the COVID-19 pandemic, has become a mainstay for the global work landscape…
Cloud-adoption proponents expect print volumes to decline by 2025.
The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) recently released its December 2022 Printing-Writing Monthly report.
“While inflation is devastating consumer markets, contributing to layoffs at B2C companies, enterprises continue to increase spending on digital-business initiatives…”
Demand remains a concern, as most users have relatively new PCs and the global economy worsens.
Supply-chain and logistics issues, as well as shortages of raw materials and components, continue to plague the printing industry.
The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) recently released its November 2022 Printing-Writing Monthly report…
“The reality is that both PC and tablet makers will struggle in the coming months as not only are volumes expected to decline, but so will average selling prices.”
Findings show that the “cloudification” of print is an integral part of organizations’ digital workspace strategies.
Market sees especially strong sales of ink-tank models, and Brother International gains market share.
Some printer/copier companies continue to struggle to meet demand due to low product inventory.
Gen Z may not spark a print revival in the workplace, but they do see it as coexisting with digital.
A new survey sponsored by Staples indicates that inflation is the number-one concern for small businesses, followed by supply-chain disruptions. ...
The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) has released its September 2022 Printing-Writing Monthly report.
Growth was primarily driven by the return to offices that was seen in most countries across the region, and strong demand for devices in the mid-range and high-end segments.