|By Business Wire||
|August 19, 2014 08:10 AM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/68hpbx/valueadded) has announced the addition of the "Value-Added Printing & Finishing for Improved Profitability" report to their offering.
This research indicates that 93% of print and trade service providers reported that sales of value-added enhancements contributed to increased profitability. In this new 240 page PRIMIR study readers will learn which value-added enhancements can be implemented with no additional capital investment, which services are in demand, selling techniques, brand owner attitudes, etc.
It identifies how brand owners manage color requirements. Areas covered include: high-end color, new finishing products and techniques, special coatings, foiling, laminating, scented inks, raised inks, brand protection and security, metallic inks, metalized substrates, stitching and die-cutting. The study also addresses cost constraints and return on investment and trends by application.
The study also evaluates how print with these high-end printing/finishing techniques present opportunities to firms in the print value chain to effectively compete against e-technologies.
Key Topics Covered:
I. Executive Summary
II. Introduction & Methodology
III. Market Forecasts Explanation Of Terms
IV. Results And Analysis: High-End Color Category Overview
V. Results And Analysis: Bindery Processes Category Overview
VI. Results And Analysis: Finishing Techniques Category Overview
VII. Results And Analysis: Specialized Inks Category Overview
VIII. Results And Analysis: Specialized Coatings Category Overview
IX. Results And Analysis: Innovative Substrates Category Overview
X. Results And Analysis: Brand Protection Category Overview
XI. Case Studies
XII. Conclusions, Implications And Recommendations For Primir/Npes Members
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/68hpbx/valueadded
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