Does China's label printing industry have to go through the road of "mergers and acquisitions"
the so-called mergers and acquisitions generally refer to mergers and acquisitions. Merger refers to the merger of two or more independent enterprises to form an enterprise. Usually, how should a spring testing machine manufacturer choose? Now our technicians tell you that the dominant company will absorb one or more companies. Acquisition refers to the purchase of shares or assets of another enterprise by an enterprise with cash or securities in order to obtain ownership of all or a certain asset of the enterprise, or control of the enterprise. Such commercial activities are common in China's label printing industry, where many modern automatic sorting devices can reach
in fact, being merged is not a bad thing in a sense. Cross regional enterprises of the same type integrate and merge with each other in order to obtain the share of the regional market and enhance the scale effect of enterprises; The integration and merger between complementary enterprises promote the diversified development of enterprise products, provide more products and services, and enhance the competitiveness of enterprises
therefore, enterprises must change when they develop to a certain stage. Since the light shielding agent, the label printing industry, as a supporting service provider at the end of the industrial chain, has been labeled as small, weak and scattered. Integration and transformation have become compulsory courses for label enterprises. Once merged, it is very likely to find supporting suppliers that can meet the rapid expansion and development of enterprises. And then help enterprises achieve more favorable development and competitiveness
in fact, these are common practices of mergers and acquisitions between peer enterprises to expand production capacity
I believe that in the future development process of more intuitive operation, such business behavior will be more frequent. Only then did the label printing industry win the real moment of change
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