Honeycomb paper packaging industry is about to usher in a golden decade
Time flies, time flies, and in a blink of an eye, 2015 has become a thing of the past. 2015 is a difficult and deeply extraordinary year for every honeycomb paper packaging person. What is extremely amusing is that most of the industry bosses and employees can face the unsafe things that happen in the industry or enterprise with a normal heart. Of course, honeycomb paper must be the least affected industry in various industries.
Compared with industries that are closely related to real estate such as steel, building materials, furniture, and building ceramics, the future of the honeycomb packaging industry has unlimited imagination. It is no exaggeration to say that, after these difficult years, the honeycomb packaging industry will usher in a golden decade comparable to 1998-2008.
Honeycomb paper packaging has entered the express delivery industry, supporting half the sky of express packaging. Good delivery, good packaging! "If there is one sentence to describe the packaging industry in 2015, I think it is more appropriate. In the past two years, the traditional packaging market such as clothing, shoes and hats, furniture and electronics has been bleak, but express packaging has held up half the sky.
In 2014, the number of express parcels in China surged to 14 billion, and in 2015 it surged to 20 billion. In the first half of 2015, China's express parcels recorded a net increase of 43% over the previous year. According to this trend, the number of express parcels in 2016 could reach 28 billion. Then these 28 billion pieces of express will generate packaging demand as follows: 28 billion waybills, 4 billion textile bags, 11.2 billion plastic bags, 4.2 billion paper envelopes, 13.4 billion cartons, 22.9 billion meters of tape, 4 billion an inner buffer package.
Some time ago, Liu Qiangdong, the founder of JD.com, bluntly pointed out: "The future outlet may be fast fashion brands and the food industry." To expand, in the future era of intelligent manufacturing and the Internet of Things, the fast fashion industry and the food and beverage industry, including clothing, shoes and hats, and daily chemicals, will become the next important engine of global economic growth. As a big consumer country with a population of 1.5 billion, China is undoubtedly the core of this economic growth engine.
Faced with the huge business opportunities brought by these two new outlets, China's honeycomb packaging industry is the only lucky industry that can grab all the business opportunities at the same time. Just think about it, if each of the 420 million households in China reaches 3 express items (one for fast fashion and two for food) every day through the Internet of Things, the daily demand for inner packaging is as high as 1.26 billion. Usually, a medium-sized packaging plant can produce about 100,000 sets of packaging a day, and the fast fashion and food fields can support 12,600 medium-sized packaging plants.