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Analysis of the sharp increase in the consumption of printed paper packaging products in 2016

Analysis of the sharp increase in the consumption of printed paper packaging products in 2016

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(Summary description)Since the beginning of this year, the requirements of the EU market for the packaging of goods have gradually increased. Not only is it required to reduce the impractical packaging in the goods under reasonable circumstances, but also the materials used for packaging must be degradable, recyclable, etc., otherwise it will not be imported. In addition, it is clearly stated that “for example, in China, when packaging TV sets and motorcycle products, in addition to the usual carton packaging, a molded foam is used as a packaging for fixing and protecting the fuselage. Such packaging does not work in the EU. Because foam products are very difficult to handle, they can cause environmental pollution." For a time, the consumption of printed paper packaging products suddenly increased. However, the application of printed paper packaging products is not limited to this. Printed paper packaging has always played an important role in daily life, ranging from household appliances such as refrigerators and televisions to radios and MP3s. The outer packaging of almost all products is printed paper products. Therefore, from the implementation of the plastic limit order on June 1, 2008, the application range of printed paper products has been expanded. The original plastic packaging shopping bags gradually withdrew in the domestic market and replaced them with printed paper packaging shopping bags. Plastic bags have gradually become the most unpopular product. We have clearly signaled that we need to find more reliable and environmentally friendly materials instead. This is undoubtedly a huge business opportunity for manufacturers of printed paper products. And, in addition, more and more printed paper products have been developed. The “environmental chair” made of recycled milk packaging that can be seen everywhere in the World Expo has pushed the application of printed paper packaging products to a new climax. Printed paper products have once again become candidates. Because if the merchant wants to use the plastic products for the customers, then it is necessary to charge the corresponding fees. For the consumers, the original "free" service suddenly has to pay extra fees, which is difficult to make people feel interested, which virtually reduces the desire for consumption. It is not difficult to understand why many merchants have replaced the original plastic packaging with printed paper packaging, because it can be provided to consumers free of charge. Compared with plastic products, printed paper products can be recycled, can be used twice, and can be degraded even if discarded. The function of "shockproof" of printed paper products is also reflected in the egg tray. However, if traced back, the raw material stage of the two products, printed paper products will be questioned. According to public data, one ton of pulp is needed for every 40,000 paper lunch boxes, and more than 300 cubic meters of trees need to be felled. The papermaking process will form water pollution, and the popularity of printed paper products will cause forest loss again. The situation of river pollution? With the gradual replacement of plastic products by printed paper products, people's requirements for printed paper packaging are getting higher and higher. The simplest packaging of original brownish yellow cardboard boxes with monochromatic characters can no longer meet the current needs. The development of the IT industry also requires a shift in the direction of exquisite and refined printing paper packaging. Such "fragile" eggs can still be "returned" under the protection of the paper tray, and other products will naturally not have any damage. On the other hand, the wide-ranging application of printed paper products also raises a new question. Is it true that printed paper products are more environmentally friendly than plastic products? It is undeniable that in the later stage of packaging processing, printed paper products are undoubtedly associated with plastic products. Compared to possessing a great advantage. However, if traced back, the raw material stage of the two products, printed paper products will be questioned. According to public data, one ton of pulp is needed for every 40,000 paper lunch boxes, and more than 300 cubic meters of trees need to be felled. The papermaking process will form water pollution, and the popularity of printed paper products will cause forest loss again. The situation of river pollution? Just like the food chain in nature, every step is interlocking. If you rashly change a part of the food chain, it will inevitably lead to an imbalance in the entire food chain. And if you want to eliminate this imbalance, you need to “move together” the entire food chain. In the same way, rushing out of the plastic products in the entire chain and replacing them with printed paper products is by no means a good way to cure the symptoms. Afforestation, reduction of pollution in the paper industry, recycling

Analysis of the sharp increase in the consumption of printed paper packaging products in 2016

(Summary description)Since the beginning of this year, the requirements of the EU market for the packaging of goods have gradually increased. Not only is it required to reduce the impractical packaging in the goods under reasonable circumstances, but also the materials used for packaging must be degradable, recyclable, etc., otherwise it will not be imported. In addition, it is clearly stated that “for example, in China, when packaging TV sets and motorcycle products, in addition to the usual carton packaging, a molded foam is used as a packaging for fixing and protecting the fuselage. Such packaging does not work in the EU. Because foam products are very difficult to handle, they can cause environmental pollution."

For a time, the consumption of printed paper packaging products suddenly increased.

However, the application of printed paper packaging products is not limited to this. Printed paper packaging has always played an important role in daily life, ranging from household appliances such as refrigerators and televisions to radios and MP3s. The outer packaging of almost all products is printed paper products. Therefore, from the implementation of the plastic limit order on June 1, 2008, the application range of printed paper products has been expanded. The original plastic packaging shopping bags gradually withdrew in the domestic market and replaced them with printed paper packaging shopping bags. Plastic bags have gradually become the most unpopular product.

We have clearly signaled that we need to find more reliable and environmentally friendly materials instead. This is undoubtedly a huge business opportunity for manufacturers of printed paper products. And, in addition, more and more printed paper products have been developed. The “environmental chair” made of recycled milk packaging that can be seen everywhere in the World Expo has pushed the application of printed paper packaging products to a new climax.

Printed paper products have once again become candidates. Because if the merchant wants to use the plastic products for the customers, then it is necessary to charge the corresponding fees. For the consumers, the original "free" service suddenly has to pay extra fees, which is difficult to make people feel interested, which virtually reduces the desire for consumption. It is not difficult to understand why many merchants have replaced the original plastic packaging with printed paper packaging, because it can be provided to consumers free of charge.



Compared with plastic products, printed paper products can be recycled, can be used twice, and can be degraded even if discarded. The function of "shockproof" of printed paper products is also reflected in the egg tray. However, if traced back, the raw material stage of the two products, printed paper products will be questioned. According to public data, one ton of pulp is needed for every 40,000 paper lunch boxes, and more than 300 cubic meters of trees need to be felled. The papermaking process will form water pollution, and the popularity of printed paper products will cause forest loss again. The situation of river pollution?

With the gradual replacement of plastic products by printed paper products, people's requirements for printed paper packaging are getting higher and higher. The simplest packaging of original brownish yellow cardboard boxes with monochromatic characters can no longer meet the current needs. The development of the IT industry also requires a shift in the direction of exquisite and refined printing paper packaging. Such "fragile" eggs can still be "returned" under the protection of the paper tray, and other products will naturally not have any damage.

On the other hand, the wide-ranging application of printed paper products also raises a new question. Is it true that printed paper products are more environmentally friendly than plastic products? It is undeniable that in the later stage of packaging processing, printed paper products are undoubtedly associated with plastic products. Compared to possessing a great advantage. However, if traced back, the raw material stage of the two products, printed paper products will be questioned. According to public data, one ton of pulp is needed for every 40,000 paper lunch boxes, and more than 300 cubic meters of trees need to be felled. The papermaking process will form water pollution, and the popularity of printed paper products will cause forest loss again. The situation of river pollution?

Just like the food chain in nature, every step is interlocking. If you rashly change a part of the food chain, it will inevitably lead to an imbalance in the entire food chain. And if you want to eliminate this imbalance, you need to “move together” the entire food chain. In the same way, rushing out of the plastic products in the entire chain and replacing them with printed paper products is by no means a good way to cure the symptoms. Afforestation, reduction of pollution in the paper industry, recycling

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Since the beginning of this year, the requirements of the EU market for the packaging of goods have gradually increased. Not only is it required to reduce the impractical packaging in the goods under reasonable circumstances, but also the materials used for packaging must be degradable, recyclable, etc., otherwise it will not be imported. In addition, it is clearly stated that “for example, in China, when packaging TV sets and motorcycle products, in addition to the usual carton packaging, a molded foam is used as a packaging for fixing and protecting the fuselage. Such packaging does not work in the EU. Because foam products are very difficult to handle, they can cause environmental pollution."
 
For a time, the consumption of printed paper packaging products suddenly increased.
 
However, the application of printed paper packaging products is not limited to this. Printed paper packaging has always played an important role in daily life, ranging from household appliances such as refrigerators and televisions to radios and MP3s. The outer packaging of almost all products is printed paper products. Therefore, from the implementation of the plastic limit order on June 1, 2008, the application range of printed paper products has been expanded. The original plastic packaging shopping bags gradually withdrew in the domestic market and replaced them with printed paper packaging shopping bags. Plastic bags have gradually become the most unpopular product.
 
We have clearly signaled that we need to find more reliable and environmentally friendly materials instead. This is undoubtedly a huge business opportunity for manufacturers of printed paper products. And, in addition, more and more printed paper products have been developed. The “environmental chair” made of recycled milk packaging that can be seen everywhere in the World Expo has pushed the application of printed paper packaging products to a new climax.
 
Printed paper products have once again become candidates. Because if the merchant wants to use the plastic products for the customers, then it is necessary to charge the corresponding fees. For the consumers, the original "free" service suddenly has to pay extra fees, which is difficult to make people feel interested, which virtually reduces the desire for consumption. It is not difficult to understand why many merchants have replaced the original plastic packaging with printed paper packaging, because it can be provided to consumers free of charge.
 
 
 
Compared with plastic products, printed paper products can be recycled, can be used twice, and can be degraded even if discarded. The function of "shockproof" of printed paper products is also reflected in the egg tray. However, if traced back, the raw material stage of the two products, printed paper products will be questioned. According to public data, one ton of pulp is needed for every 40,000 paper lunch boxes, and more than 300 cubic meters of trees need to be felled. The papermaking process will form water pollution, and the popularity of printed paper products will cause forest loss again. The situation of river pollution?
 
With the gradual replacement of plastic products by printed paper products, people's requirements for printed paper packaging are getting higher and higher. The simplest packaging of original brownish yellow cardboard boxes with monochromatic characters can no longer meet the current needs. The development of the IT industry also requires a shift in the direction of exquisite and refined printing paper packaging. Such "fragile" eggs can still be "returned" under the protection of the paper tray, and other products will naturally not have any damage.
 
On the other hand, the wide-ranging application of printed paper products also raises a new question. Is it true that printed paper products are more environmentally friendly than plastic products? It is undeniable that in the later stage of packaging processing, printed paper products are undoubtedly associated with plastic products. Compared to possessing a great advantage. However, if traced back, the raw material stage of the two products, printed paper products will be questioned. According to public data, one ton of pulp is needed for every 40,000 paper lunch boxes, and more than 300 cubic meters of trees need to be felled. The papermaking process will form water pollution, and the popularity of printed paper products will cause forest loss again. The situation of river pollution?
 
Just like the food chain in nature, every step is interlocking. If you rashly change a part of the food chain, it will inevitably lead to an imbalance in the entire food chain. And if you want to eliminate this imbalance, you need to “move together” the entire food chain. In the same way, rushing out of the plastic products in the entire chain and replacing them with printed paper products is by no means a good way to cure the symptoms. Afforestation, reduction of pollution in the paper industry, recycling of printed paper products, and only action in every link can truly complete the balance transformation of the entire chain.

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