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How should printing enterprises deal with the problem of rising costs (II)

Hurricane Katrina and Rita: This is a thing of the past for printing plants, but for those printing plants set up in the affected areas, this natural disaster is a matter of life and death. Ronnie Davis, senior economist of pia/gatf, pointed out that the property damage caused by the hurricane is expected to be about $200billion. Its impact on the U.S. printing market is relatively short-term. The printing output value fell by about $300 million to $400 million in 2005. Obviously, the impact of these two hurricanes on the areas directly affected is difficult to measure. According to Davis, the annual output value of printing in the areas hardest hit by the hurricane decreased by $2.2 billion, accounting for about 1.4% of the total annual output value of printing in the United States

although the printing plants in some affected areas were not affected much and production was not interrupted, the business of local printing customers may have been seriously damaged

At the same time, Davis pointed out that about 700 to 1000 affected printing plants were unable or unwilling to reopen, and they all stopped all their printing businesses in 2005

health care: Unfortunately, there is no alternative for printing houses in this field except to transfer the increased costs to employees. However, it is gratifying that the cost of health care in 2005 did not increase compared with the previous year

Cooper pointed out that Wal Mart took the lead in developing health savings accounts. This retail giant has recently become the focus of major newspapers. It has provided great benefits to employees in this way. We can also say that Wal Mart has set an example for other enterprises

in short, a health savings account is a savings plan that allows consumers to pay for their own health care. It also allows workers to pay for their current medical needs and save for their future medical care needs on a tax-free basis. This requires a high deductible health insurance policy (HDHP), which costs less than ordinary insurance projects. The funds it saves will be injected into the tax cut health savings account (HSA). Employees control the account and can ensure its balance for years

Cooper believes that this is the most needed transformation in the United States, which can change the current situation of the health care industry

recycling and sustainable development: Cooper regards this as more important than environmental protection. In fact, it is not difficult to solve the problem of paper supply shortage, and I want to say that printing is already a fairly clean industry in the manufacturing sector of the United States

even without the pressure of relying on renewable energy, many companies are implementing sustainable development projects. Clifton's Sandy Alexander recently signed a seven-year contract to purchase more than half of the company's electricity from clean and renewable wind farms over the next seven years. Among the electric energy they purchased, some came from Jersey Atlantis in Atlanta, so C wind farm, which is said to be the first commercial wind project in New Jersey and the first coastal wind farm in the United States

roy Grossman, chairman and CEO of sandy Alexander company, in order to choose a suitable measuring disk (so that the maximum force of the experiment is more than 20% of the maximum value of the measuring disk). Mr. Grossman believes that the best way to protect the environment is to plant 300000 trees every year, drive 4.2 million fewer cars or reduce 357 cars on the road

however, from the perspective of sandy Alexander's prospects, they have not saved much money. Grossman believes that this involves a problem of actual cost, but the project itself is not designed to save money

in any case, storing energy is as important as storing money. Grossman pointed out that sandy Alexander invested $500000 to buy a MEGTEC afterburning chamber, which alone can save the company $175000 in energy costs every year and reduce the printing radiation of the thermosetting rotary offset press to zero

grossman commented, "this is a problem of using renewable and clean energy and promoting the sustainable development of resources, and it is also the bounden duty of every company."

source of information: Bisheng

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